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# Basic geometry question! Help is appreciated!

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The perimeter of a square with side length x units is equal to the circumference of a circle with radius 2 units. What is the value of x? Express your answer as a decimal to the nearest hundredth.

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I actually solved it by myself, nevermind! :)

May 4, 2020
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Great job!

LuckyDucky  May 4, 2020
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just a quick solution for anyone else confused by the question : )

the circumfrence of a circle with a radius of $$2$$ is $$2\pi r = 4\pi$$. the perimeter of a square with side length $$x$$ would be $$4x$$, so we have

\begin{align*} 4\pi &= 4x \\ x &= \boxed{\pi}. \end{align*}

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Great explanation!

LuckyDucky  May 4, 2020