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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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A circle has a perimeter of 35 feet. What is its approximate diameter?
1. 11.14 feet
2. 6.28 feet
3. 5.57 feet
4. 3.5 feet
5. 14 feet
Which is a formula to find the area of the shape shown?
1. $2πr$
2. $πr^2$
3. $0.5 xx π$
4. $(πr^2)/2$
A circle has a circumference of 35 feet. What is its approximate diameter?
1. 11.14 feet
2. 6.28 feet
3. 5.57 feet
4. 3.5 feet
5. 14 feet
A dinner plate has a diameter of 12 centimeters. What is the approximate area?
1. 37.68 cm
2. 452.16 $cm^2$
3. 113.04 $cm^2$
4. 113.04 $cm^3$
A lawn sprinkler sprays water 15 feet in every direction as it rotates. What is the approximate area of the sprinkled lawn?
1. 176.63 $ft^2$
2. 706.5 $ft^2$
3. 706.5 $ft^3$
4. 176.63 $ft^3$
1. 25.75 cm; 211.2 $cm$
2. 51.5 cm; 211.2 $cm^2$
3. 51.5 cm ; 211.2 $cm^3$
4. 25.75 cm ; 844.53 $cm^3$