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Information is given about a circle in the following . Fill in the missing entries. r= radius, d= diameter, C= circumference, A= area. Use a calculator and give answers to two decimal places.

$D= 18 \pi$

Find r and c.

Solution

VerifiedThe objective is to complete the following table given that the **diameter** $(d)$ of the circle is equal to $18\pi$. A condition to round the final answer into two decimal places is also given.

$\begin{array}{ | c | c | c | } \hline \text{radius}(r) & \text{diameter}(d) & \text{Circumference}(C) \\ \hline \\ & 18\pi & \\ \\ \hline \end{array}$

Table 1. Table of interest.

To complete the table above, we need to look for the diameter$(d)$ and circumference$(C)$ of the given circle.

Figure 1. Circle of interest.

Figure $(1)$ represents the given circle with its corresponding notations.

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