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Calculate the circle circumfrance's upper bound if the area is 400cm(square)

 Oct 20, 2018
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\(C = 2 \pi r\\ A = \pi r^2 = \dfrac{C^2}{4\pi}\\ C= \sqrt{4\pi A} = \sqrt{1600\pi}=40\sqrt{\pi}~cm\)

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 Oct 20, 2018
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\(C = 2 \pi r\\ A = \pi r^2 = \dfrac{C^2}{4\pi}\\ C= \sqrt{4\pi A} = \sqrt{1600\pi}=40\sqrt{\pi}~cm\)

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is this for the upper bound ?

 Oct 20, 2018
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That is the maximum....actually, the ONLY  C  for a circle with area = 400 cm^2

ElectricPavlov  Oct 20, 2018

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