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From: Carrie Jones <pusykatz86@aol.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2000040817:47:38
Subject: Re: Area of circles/ Geometry


To find the area of a circle:

Area=3.14 times(radius times radius)

so if a circle has a radius of 2
then you do
3.14 multiplied by 2 times 2
therefore...
3.14 multiplied by 4
and therefore you get the area of a circle!!

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