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Exercise 3.3
Find the area of the circles whose diameters are given below:
(i) 7 cm |
(ii) 10.5 cm |
(iii) 4.9 m |
(iv) 6.3 m |
Find the area of the circles whose radii are given below: |
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(i) 1.2 cm |
(ii) 14 cm |
(iii) 4.2 m |
(iv) 5.6 m |
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The diameter of a circular plot of ground is 28 m. Find the cost of levelling the
ground at the rate of `3 per sq. m.
A goat is tied to a peg on a grass land with a rope 7 m long. Find the maximum area of the land it can graze.
A circle and a square each have a perimeter of 88 cm. Which has a larger area?
A wheel goes a distance of 2200 m in 100 revolutions. Find the area of the wheel.
A wire is in the form of a circle of radius 28 cm. Find the area that will enclose, if it is bent in the form of a square having its perimeter equal to the circumference of the cirlce.
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The area of circular plot is 3850 m ^{2} . Find the radius of the plot. Find the cost of fencing the plot at `10 per metre.
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The radius of a circular ground is 70 m. Find the distance covered by a child walking along the boundary of the ground.
10. The area of a circular field is 154 m ^{2} . Find the time taken by an athlate to complete 2 rounds if she is jogging at the rate of 5 km/hr.
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Ho w many circles of radius 7 cm can be cut from a paper of length 50 cm and width 32 cm.
In our day - to - day life we go for a walk in a park, or in a play ground or even
around a swimming pool.
Can you represent the path way of a park diagrammatically ?
Have you ever wondered if it is possible to find the area of such paths ?
Can the path around the rectangular pool be related to the mount around the
photo in a photo frame ?
Can you think of some more examples?
In this section we will learn to find
• Area of rectangular pathway
• Area of circular pathway
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