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the Answer following questions on notebook paper and keep track of your answers. Remember, pictures arent always drawn to show accurate proportions. Also, if there is not a picture given, feel free to draw your own; pictures are very helpful! 1) How much carpeting would be needed to cover this floor? A. 14,400 m2 B. 11,700 m2 C. 12,600 m2 D. 13,540 m 2) Find the area of a circle whose radius is 3 feet. A. 18.84...

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the Answer following questions on notebook paper and keep track of your answers. Remember, pictures arent always drawn to show accurate proportions. Also, if there is not a picture given, feel free to draw your own; pictures are very helpful! 1) How much carpeting would be needed to cover this floor? A. 14,400 m2 B. 11,700 m2 C. 12,600 m2 D. 13,540 m 2) Find the area of a circle whose radius is 3 feet. A. 18.84 feet B. 18.84 square feet C. 28.26 feet D. 28.26 square feet 3) Amy has the following field she that wants to fence in to make a home for her sheep. If fence costs \$1.75 per foot, how much will it cost her to fence in the whole field? 3 feet 15 feet A. \$63 B. \$78.75 C. \$31.50 D. \$75 4) True or False: The distance around the outside of a circle is called the circles perimeter. 5) True or F...

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