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    My teacher wrote this out and gave me this question to do but kinda stumped on it. I've only just started learning this chapter and don't really know how to start. Any help appreciated, thanks!

    (I don't want the answer, just the steps towards the answer )


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    My teacher wrote this out and gave me this question to do but kinda stumped on it. I've only just started learning this chapter and don't really know how to start. Any help appreciated, thanks!

    (I don't want the answer, just the steps towards the answer )


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    How can you find the area of R in terms of pi, when the angle is rounded?
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    How can you find the area of R in terms of pi, when the angle is rounded?
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    That was what I was thinking, which is why I'm quite confused


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    That was what I was thinking, which is why I'm quite confused


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    the area cannot be found in terms of pi

    Your teacher maybe wrote the question in a rush ,,,,
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    Would I be able to find it not in terms of Pi?


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    Also, how can I find the centre of the circle?


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