A basketball game starts with a jump ball in the middle of the court with a circle that has an area of 113.04 square feet. What is the radius of the circle?
Radius=3.38 because area of a circle=(pi)(radius)^2 so 113.04 is the square root of 113.04 divided by pi
Area of the circle in the middle of the court = 113.04 square feet Area of a circle =πr2 Value of π = 3.14 Then Lets us assume the radius of the circle = r 113.04 = 3.14 * r2 r2 = 113.04/3.14 = 36 Then r = 6 Then we get the radius of the circle as 6 feet. This is the easiest way of solving this kind of problems. Only thing that needs to be remembered is the formula to find the area of a circle.