# 6.7.3. Area of Circles

A circle whose radius is cm is divided into six equal circular sectors. Calculate the area of each sector approximating the result to the nearest hundredth using .

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In the figure below, a circle of radius cm is divided into three equal circular sectors, where each sector has a perimeter of cm and an arc of length cm. Given that is the area of one sector, determine and .

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Find the area of the figure below, where cm, and approximate the result to the nearest tenth.

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A table has a circular surface of diameter m. Determine how much it will cost to cover its surface with a glass sheet of the same surface area, given that the price of a square meter of glass is LE.

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A circular birthday cake of diameter cm is divided into eight equal sectors. Determine the area of one sector, and approximate the result to the nearest integer.

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Find the area of the figure below, and approximate the result to the nearest hundredth.

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Find the area of the coloured part approximated to the nearest hundredth considering .

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Find the area of the figure and approximate the result to the nearest hundredth.

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Find the area of the figure below, and approximate the result to the nearest hundredth.

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Find the area of the figure below approximated to the nearest hundredth considering .

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Find the area of the figure below approximated to the nearest hundredth considering .

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Find the area of the figure below approximated to the nearest hundredth considering .

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Find the area of the figure below approximated to the nearest hundredth considering .

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Find the area of the coloured part approximated to the nearest hundredth considering .

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