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

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

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**area**that is one-sixth the**area of a**full**circle**.**Area of circle**:**A**= Pi*r^2**Area of sector**: S =**A**/6 = (Pi/6)r^2 solve the last equation for r: r = sqrt...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/09/2015

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**area of**the**sector**having**a**central angle**of**150 degrees and ...triangle**of**64 m^2**Area of**segment =**Area of sector**-**Area of**triangle 112 m^2 =**Area**...1 Answers · Business & Finance · 20/02/2010

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**of a circle**and the arc the two radii subtend. The arc**of**the**circle**is equal in ... each r,the are**of sector**is simply**area of**entire**circle**times x/360...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/05/2011

set up simultaneous equations 0.5 X R X R X

**sector**angle = 3 2R + (R X**Sector**Angle) = 7 solve for R5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/09/2007

The clock face is 360degrees giving: 1min = 6degress or 1/60

**of**the**area**1hr = 30degress + 0.5degress(each minute after the hour) or 1/12 + 1/720 per minute Knowing**A**=pi*r^2 for the whole**area**and: r for the minute hand is 8.4cm r for the hour...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/11/2013

...angle, not length. What you have is an arc that subtends an angle of 105°. Let θ be the subtended angle in radians. θ = 1.832595715 r = 18 cm area = r²(θ-sinθ)/2 = 18²(1.832595715-sin(1.832595715))/2 = 324(1.832595715...

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**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

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**area of a sector**= the number**of**degrees * the**area of**the**circle**square the radius, multiply times pi. the**area of**the**circle**is 81 pi...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 06/05/2013

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**a**proportion the whole**circle**360 degrees - 225pi cm then the**sector**240 degrees - x cm... 2/3**of**the**circle**, so find 2/3**of**the**area of**the**circle**.4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/06/2010