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  1. area of circle = π9.5² m² area of sector = ((3π/7)/2π)(π9.5²) = (3/14)(π9.5²) = 60.8 m²

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  3. Are of a circle is pi x radius squared  We are looking at 75/360 of the circle Pi*6.4^2*(75/360)=8.5pi

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  4. ...who get hired, but at a lower rate of pay than others, but since... have been areas who have cracked down on..., mainly in the agricultural sector .  Unlike past ...

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  5. The area of a circular sector is given by: A = Θr²/2 where Θ ...

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  6. Circle with radius, r, = 20 ft has a sector subtending a central 65° angle; Area of circle = 400pi ft^2;( Area of sector )/( area of circle) = (65/360). Area of ...

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  7. ...(θ) = -0.1r -rsin(θ) dθ/dt = -0.1r dθ/dt = 1/[10sin(θ)] The ratio of the sector areas is equal to the ratio of their central angles. Let w...

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  8. ...: A = πr² Given a full circle is 360°, the area of a sector (with central angle θ) is a fraction of full circle --> θ/360° So the...

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  9. ...120° = 2π/3 rad Area of the shaded segment = ( Area of the sector ) - ( Area of the triangle) = [(1/2) × 3² × (2π/3) - (1/2) × 3² × sin(120°)] ...

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  10. ...in the ceded areas was to cease ( a provision which the Bolshevik regime soon found ways round). Russia lost huge areas of prime agricultural land, eighty per cent of her coal...

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