Question

Given a circular sector with radius L and central angle $\theta$, show that the area of the sector is given by

$S=\frac{1}{2} L^2 \theta .$

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1 of 4The circular sector figure was plotted as shown below. To express the area of the sector, we can use our knowledge in the central angle and the area of a circle.

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