This figure is 14 of a circle. what is the best approximation for the perimeter of the figure? use 3.14 to aproximate pi.

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The answer is c with a side of bacon hope that helps. :)
I think the answer i 12.9

The perimeter of a quarter of a circle with radius 2 inches is 7.1 inches.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : A quarter of a circle with radius labeled 2 in.

Quarter of circle means fourth part of a circle  (as shown in image by shaded part).

We have to find the perimeter of this shaded quarter of circle.

Perimeter is the sum of the dimension of the given figure.

Perimeter of circle is 2\pi r

Since, we are given Quarter circle so its perimeter \frac{2}{4} \pi r+r+r=\frac{1}{2} \pi r+r+r

Perimeter of given figure = \frac{1}{2} \pi r+r+r

Perimeter of given figure = \frac{1}{2}\cdot 3.14 \cdot 2+2+2=3.14+4=7.14

Thus, the perimeter of a quarter of a circle with radius 2 inches is 7.1 inches.


This figure is 14 of a circle. what is the best approximation for the perimeter of the figure?  use

7.1

Step-by-step explanation:

and don't forget we all have different answers :D

18.8cm

Step-by-step explanation:

Multiply 3 by pi.

You get 9.42

Multiply that by 2.

You get 18.84.

Because the perimiter is also known as the circumference and the formula for that is 2rπ

10.7 cm

Step-by-step explanation:

The arc length is one quarter of the circumference

arc = \frac{1}{4} × 2π × 3 = 1.5π

perimeter = 1.5π + 3 + 3 ≈ 10.7 cm

31.4 in is correct answer
I'm pretty sure its 3.1 inches


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