...1 + ( a /b)² u²) = ab/2 atan(( a /b) u) = ab/2 atan(( a /b) tan(θ)) now apply your limits as needed from θ1 to θ2 being cautious about the correct branch of the atan. Answer: see above

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**area of a sector**is (θ/2) r^2. So 48 = (θ/2) r^2. The arc length of a ...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/08/2009

...tell if you mean

**a sector**as in part**of a**circle (which would have the shape**of a**piece**of**pie) or**a sector**as in part**of a**parcel**of**land which maybe then could be assumed to be rectangular...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/06/2008

...arc = 10 in 2πrθ/360° = 10 10πθ = 3600 ° πθ = 360° θ = (360/π)° -------- (1) Area of sector = πr^2θ/360° = 25πθ/360° = 25*360/360 (...

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**Area of a sector**is given as follows: A = ( θ/360° )πr² A = ( 130°/360°) * π * ( 7.2 )² A = 18.72π square units A = 58.81 square units ━━━━━━━━━━4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/06/2019

Dude...it's spelled pi, not pie. Since pi/2 is the same as 90 degrees, they are looking for 1/4

**of**the**area of**the full circle:**area of sector**= (1/4)225pi = (225/4)pi = 56.25pi = 176.7145868 square inches2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/02/2014

... like 60° + 60° = 120° (hard to read) = ⅔π radians

**Area of a sector**AOB A = ½θr² r² = 2A/θ ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/11/2016

A = [ 4 / 2π ] [ 800 ] m² = 1600 / π m² = 509•3 m²

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15 degrees is 15/360

**of a**whole circle 15/360 = 1/24 so if the whole circle has 144*pi cm^2 then 15 degree is 1/24 * 144pi = 6*pi cm^21 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/01/2014

Area A = π r² ......radius r = 6 cm ...... A = π (6 cm)² ...... A ...

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