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In the circle shown below r is the length of the radius and x is the measure of central angle ABC.   

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Which of the following would be used to find the area of the sector defined by central angle ABC? 

The area of the sector is x/360 times the area of the whole circle.

The area of the sector is equal to πr^2/x

The area of the sector is 360−x/360 times the area of the whole circle.

The area of the sector is equal to πr^2/360−x

 Feb 24, 2019
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Sorry about a lot of questions, I really am trying to learn

 Feb 24, 2019
edited by xeroxlion  Feb 24, 2019
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No you aren't.

There is absolutely no evidence that you are trying to learn anything!

Melody  Feb 26, 2019
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The area of the sector is x/360 times the area of the whole circle.

 

 

cool cool cool

 Feb 24, 2019

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