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What is the area of the circle with center at point A if the distance between X and Y is 1.62 and points X, A, and Y lie on a straight line?
Round your answer to 2 decimal places.

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2.06
*X* and *Y*.

Since we are only given the length of the diameter (which is always twice the radius), we'll need to divide 1.62 by 2 to arrive at the radius for use in the above formula. 1.62 \u00F7 2 = 0.81 Plugging that figure into the formula: $4530_w63_h16.png$ $6204_w135_h20.png$ A = 3.14 \u00D7 0.6561 A = 2.060154 This is 2.06, when rounded to two decimal places, per instructions in the question.

Explaination

The formula for the area of a circle is $4530_w63_h16.png$.
It is apparent from the diagram and information in the question that the diameter is the distance between Since we are only given the length of the diameter (which is always twice the radius), we'll need to divide 1.62 by 2 to arrive at the radius for use in the above formula. 1.62 \u00F7 2 = 0.81 Plugging that figure into the formula: $4530_w63_h16.png$ $6204_w135_h20.png$ A = 3.14 \u00D7 0.6561 A = 2.060154 This is 2.06, when rounded to two decimal places, per instructions in the question.

B 2.07

C 2.060154

D 5.05

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