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# Common Core Standard 7.G.B.4 Questions

Know the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle and use them to solve problems; give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle.

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What is the formula to finding the circumference of a circle?
1. c = pi x diameter
2. c = pi x radius
3. c = pi x 3.14
Find the area of a circle where r = 7 m. Use pi = 3.14.
1. $153.86m^2$
2. $43.96m^2$
3. $13.28m^2$
4. $153m^2$
How do we find the area of a circle?
1. Length x Width
2. Base x Height
4. Pi x Diameter
5. 1/2 x Base x Height
Line AB is 14 inches long. What is the approximate area of this circle?
1. 42 square inches
2. 615 square inches
3. 160 square inches
4. 154 square inches
$A = pir^2$
1. circle
2. square
3. sphere
4. trapezoid
1. 16$pi$ square inches
2. 2$pi$ square inches
3. 8$pi$ square inches
4. 4$pi$ square inches
1. $16$
2. $25.1$
3. $2.26$
4. $7.1$