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If the area of a circle is less than \(60\pi\) square inches, what is the greatest possible integer value in inches of the radius of the circle?

 Jun 27, 2018
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pi  * r^2  <   60 pi       .....divide out  pi

 

r^2  <  60

 

So.....the greatest possible  (integer) value for  r  is   7  (inches)

 

 

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 Jun 27, 2018

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