Carl knows that the area of a given circle is 400 cm2. he wants to defend an informal argument that the area of a circle can be approximated by dividing the circle into congruent segments, rearranging the segments to resemble a parallelogram, and replacing the dimensions of the parallelogram with appropriate values from the circle. carl divides the circle into 6 congruent segments and makes his calculations, but the area he calculates for the circle is only 350 cm2. how could carl defend his informal argument?

Answers

the required function is y=-x+4.

step-by-step explanation:

from the given table it is noticed that the graph passing through (-3,7), (0,4), (3,1) and (8,-4).

it is a linear function because the value of y is decrease by one as the value of x increase by 1.

the slope of the function is

m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}=\frac{4-7}{)}=\frac{-3}{3}=-1

the slope of the function is -1 and the y-intercept is 4.

the slope intercept form is

y=mx+b

where, m is slope and b is y-intercept.

y=-1x+4

y=-x+4

therefore the required function is y=-x+4. the graph of this function is shown below.

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step-by-2step explanation:

ANSWER:

Carl could divide the circle into a larger even number of congruent sectors. Then each sector would be smaller, and the approximation of the circle’s area will be closer to the actual area of the circle.

STEP BY STEP EXPLANATION :

Area of a Circle by Cutting into Sectors:

1. Cut a circle into equal sectors and the more we divided the circle up, the closer we get to being exactly right.

2.Rearrange the sectors, which resembles a parallelogram.

What are the (approximate) height and width of the parallelogram?

The height is the circle's radius.

The width (actually one "bumpy" edge) is half of the curved parts around the circle. In other words it is about half the circumference of the circle.

We know that:

Circumference = 2 × π × radius

And so the width is about:

Half the Circumference = π × radius

ow we just multply the width by the height to find the area of the rectangle:

Area = (π × radius) × (radius)

= π × radius2

Conclusion

Area of Circle = π r2

ANSWER:

Carl could divide the circle into a larger even number of congruent sectors. Then each sector would be smaller, and the approximation of the circle’s area will be closer to the actual area of the circle.

STEP BY STEP EXPLANATION :

Area of a Circle by Cutting into Sectors:

1. Cut a circle into equal sectors and the more we divided the circle up, the closer we get to being exactly right.

2.Rearrange the sectors, which resembles a parallelogram.

What are the (approximate) height and width of the parallelogram?

The height is the circle's radius.

The width (actually one "bumpy" edge) is half of the curved parts around the circle. In other words it is about half the circumference of the circle.

We know that:

Circumference = 2 × π × radius

And so the width is about:

Half the Circumference = π × radius

ow we just multply the width by the height to find the area of the rectangle:

Area = (π × radius) × (radius)

= π × radius2

Conclusion

Area of Circle = π r2



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