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**sector**) = 2r + (a/2 pi) C = 2r + (a/2 pi)(2 pi r) = r(a + 2) where r is...a is angle (radians), C is circle circumference A(**sector**) = (a/2 pi) A(circle) = (a/2 pi)(pi r^2) = (a/2) r^2 Using the above...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/08/2006

...the minor arc PQ intersects OX. Using t for theta:

**Sector**OPQ = (1/2)r^2 (2t) = r^2 t Triangle OPQ = (1/2)r...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/02/2008

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**sector**of a circle you mean a wedge, formed by two radii from the center of..., there are 360 degrees in a circle. Now, let s make a**sector**, by taking that radius and rotating it 90 degrees. You...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/12/2008

is it sectors or segment are you asking? Coz your...cm Perimeter = 4.887 + 4.589 = 9.476 cm (if you want

**sector**perimeter, replace the chord length by 2r) (b) Area of major...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/10/2009

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**sector**" of a circle is a piece cut out by the angle at the center between the two...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/09/2009

The area of a circular

**sector**with radius r and central angle θ (in radians) is given by...8.4 cm)² = 70.56 cm² ≈ 221.7 cm² The area of the**sector**is 27.6 cm², which is 27.6/221.7 ≈ 0.1245 of the circle, or...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/01/2013

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**sector**and I got**Sector**may refer to[edit] PlacesSector... of America [edit] In computingCylinder-head-**sector**(or "CHS"), an early method for giving addresses to...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/08/2012

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**sector**is a wedge (pie slice). The perimeter consists of 2 radii...2 + Θ) Where Θ is the angle describing the**sector**(Θ is in radians). You also know that the area of...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/12/2006

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**sector**with a perimeter of 20, then 2 radii and the arc which is the ...up "2r" in length, leaving 20 - 2r as the length of the arc along the**sector**. Since the circumference of the entire circle is C = 2πr and the...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/09/2007

... assume you are finding the area of the

**sector**. To find the area of a**sector**, you find the area of the..., then to find what part of a circle you have in the**sector**, you'd have to divide (π/3)/(2π) since there are...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/09/2007