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Mar 09, 2008 · The formula for the area of a sector of a circle (shown in red here) is derived in your textbook. It is: r 7. Given an arc of length 4 ft and a circle of radius 7 ft, find the exact radian measure of the central angle subtended by the arc; then find the area of the sector determined by the central angle.

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If the sector area of a sector intersecting Arc AB is 37 square cm and the radius is 11, then find the measure of Arc AB. (Take π = 3.14 and round your answer to the nearest whole number) Problem 8 : Find the area of the sector and the central angle formed by the sector whose radius is 21 cm and length of arc is 66 cm.

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Rule: To find the area of a shaded region, subtract the area of the smaller figure (s) (for which you have a known formula) from the area of the larger figure (for which you’ll also have a known formula). In the figure above, for example,

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(a) The area of the minor segment when angle θ and radius r are given: Area of segment = area of sector A O B C ± area of Δ A O B = 1 2 r 2 θ ± 1 2 r 2 sin

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1 day ago · For any ##theta## the length of the arc is given by the formula (if you work in radians which you should: The area of the sector is given by the formula ##(theta r^2)/2## Why is this? If you remember the formula for the perimeter of a circle is ##2pir##. In radians a full circle is ##2pi##.