An earthquake was felt throughout a circular area of 1,808.64 square miles. What was the radius of the circular area?
A. 24 miles
B. 576 miles
C. 12 miles
D. 20 miles

An earthquake was felt throughout a circular area of 1,808.64 square miles. What was the radius of the circular area?
A. 24 miles
B. 576 miles
C. 12 miles
D. 20 miles

An earthquake was felt throughout a circular area of 1,808.64 square miles. The radius of the circular area was 24 miles. Solution: r = sqrtA/pi r = sqrt 1,808.64 sq. miles/3.14 r = sqrt 576 sq. miles r = 24 miles (answer)

An earthquake was felt throughout a circular area of 1,808.64 square miles. What was the radius of the circular area? A. 24 miles B. 576 miles C. 12 miles D. 20 miles

An earthquake was felt throughout a circular area of 1,808.64 square miles. The radius of the circular area was 24 miles. Solution: r = sqrtA/pi r = sqrt 1,808.64 sq. miles/3.14 r = sqrt 576 sq. miles r = 24 miles (answer)

A carpenter is making a brace for a chair. To do so she intersects two pieces of wood to make two sets of vertical angles. The obtuse angles formed are each 145°. The measurement of each acute angle formed is 35°.

Solution: x = 360 - 2(145)]/2 x = (360 - 290)/2 x = 70/2 x = 35.

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