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  1. The sector of a circle has an area of 24π in^2 and the radius is...in circle......degrees in sector ..........----------------------- = -------------------------- ............. area of circle............ area of sector ...

    3 Answers · Education & Reference · 20/05/2014

  2. Sector Area in degrees = (degrees)/360 * 3.1415 * r^2 but you need to know the degrees of the angle! length of an arc = degrees * 3.1415/180 * r so before you can calculate...

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 14/06/2012

  3. ...multiply to get 30520.8 = 360x Divide both sides by 360. The area of the sector is 84.78 cm 2) Same applies for this one. x/153.86 = 68...

    4 Answers · Education & Reference · 17/06/2009

  4. Area of a Sector = Central Angle/360 deg]( Area of Circle) Area ...

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 12/07/2009

  5. 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

  6. area of a sector is degrees ----------- x pi x R^2 360 because like, you have...the two numbers you get: 80 ------ x pi x 8^2 360 this will give you the area of the sector being 44.68 (2dp)

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 19/11/2010

  7. Area of the sector ( A ) / Area of the Circle (PI * r^2) = central angle measure / 360 Solve it...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 18/04/2012

  8. angle = arc/radius pi/6 = 6*pi/r; or r = 36 area of that sector = 1/6* pi* 36*36 = 216*pi

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 13/08/2007

  9. ...circle is pi*r^2. so the area of any sector is just the equivalent fraction of the area . the full circle is 360 degrees...equivalent to 70/360 times the total area . A = theta/360 * pi * r^2 A = 70/360 * pi...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 07/06/2013

  10. Assuming a sector of a circle... find the area of the circle: A = pi r^2, where r = radius find the fraction of the circle that the sector is: example angle of secton/360 degrees or length of sector arc / circumference (c = 2 pi*r)

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 08/03/2011

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