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Re: In the figure above, an unshaded circle with diameter x is s [#permalink]
Any other explanation by taking diameter instead of radius? or any simple explanation plz?
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Re: In the figure above, an unshaded circle with diameter x is s [#permalink]
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Any other explanation by taking diameter instead of radius? or any simple explanation plz?


Since the area formula (area \(= \pi r^2\)) it would only complicate matters to try to use the diameter.
It makes much more sense to answer the question in terms of radius and then convert those results to diameters.
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