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  1. the area of a sector = the number of degrees * the area of the circle square the radius, multiply... of degrees and you get that the number of degrees of the sector is 26.6666667 degrees.

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 06/05/2013

  2. ... you the fraction of the semicircle that the sector takes up. Then multiply by... pi*(radius^2), since that's the area of the whole semicircle. That is, half of a circle's area . The other option...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 28/06/2009

  3. Area of a sector is 1/2r²Θ and theta has to be in radians...24 2/3)*π/180 = =.4305 radians now you can use the first formula A =1/2 (38)² (.4305) A =310.8 m²

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/12/2009

  4. A = pi * 150^2 * (175/360) Watch out for rounding on pi and the fraction: A = 3.1416 * 22500 * 0.4861... = 34,360.4646... which rounds down to 34,360 A = (pi * 22500 * 175) / 360 = 34,361.16964 which rounds down to 34,361

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/03/2011

  5. Area of a circular sector , A ( sector ) = ½θ...2π – [ ⅙π + 33/60ths of ⅙π] simplifying...θ = (101/120)π radians ∴ A ( sector ) = ½θr² = ...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/10/2011

  6. ...=t Then OP=r showing that r= a *cos(t) is a circle on OB as diameter. Its area is πa²/4. You can also do it by integrating (1...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/05/2013

  7. ...: radius x radius x pie circumference ??? cant remember soz to find the area of a sector circle do the area as if it was a full circle (see above) then divide by 2 if...

    4 Answers · Education & Reference · 19/03/2008

  8. A presumed answer would be to find the area of each section and add the areas up to find the total area of the shape. But the question is very vague.

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/05/2008

  9. first of all, "theata" is spelled "theta" anyway...and radius R so what you are saying is that A = 1 / TR, this is not the correct formula in actuality, A ...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/06/2008

  10. (45/360) * pi * 6^2 = 4.5pi cm^2

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/11/2012

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