...proportional to the ratio

**of**its angular measure to the entire angular measure**of**the**circle**. Letting the**area of**the**sector**be**a**, then**a**= (80/360)**A**, where**A**is the**area of**the**circle**. ...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 21/08/2011

...the fraction

**of**the semicircle that the**sector**takes up. Then multiply...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

a , c, b Is this part of a homework? I´ve already answered two of this problems for...

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...you just want people to do your homework for you. the first one, none

**of**those answers are correct, just saying. the second one...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 22/08/2006

Waita minit! I didn't do my own kid's homework.....Expand your brain.

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...common external and internal tangent procedures, how to find

**a**radius, circumference,**area of a sector**, measure**of**an arc, if**a**quadrilateral is inscribed in**a circle**its opposite angles are supplementary, etc...) Just ...5 Answers · Education & Reference · 19/06/2011

1. d 4. c 10. b 16. b

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10. b) 1.59m 16. c) 6m 19. d) segment

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...one in it.

**A**pie chart (or**a circle**graph) is**a**circular chart divided into sectors , illustrating proportion. In**a**pie chart, the arc length**of**each**sector**(and conseque5 Answers · Education & Reference · 29/06/2010