answer: none of these answers are correct only the second half is
imma say 16%. sorry if its wrong. i'm doing the same stuff right now
3.how is solving radical equations different than solving linear equations?
answer rather than having to add and subtract the measurements of the semi-circle, notice that the semicircle to the left of ad is actually identical in area to the blank semicircle-shaped space to the left of bc. so if we transferred the red semicircle into the blank space, we would end up with a square of side length 24 cm. the area of a square is s^2 = 24^2 = 676 cm^2.
u also answered this so i think u would know but i am here to
put in or use mine