# SOLUTION: I need help figuring this out. The area of a circle 28 square meters. What is its cicumference? (Use A=nr^2 and C=2nr to figure out the problem)

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 Question 209013: I need help figuring this out. The area of a circle 28 square meters. What is its cicumference? (Use A=nr^2 and C=2nr to figure out the problem)Answer by rfer(12660)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!A=Pir^2 28=3.14(r)^2 (r)^2=28/3.14 r^2=8.9 sq rt of r=2.97 ----------------- C=2Pir C=2(3.14)(2.97) C=18.75