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    Circles and Dreamcatchers

    The central circle of a dreamcatcher has an area of 1 ft2. Clayton plans to make three more circles in the dreamcatcher that will be of the area of the central circle

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    3 is supposed to be where is says circles in the dreamcatcher that will be blank where the 1,3 thing goes of the area of the central circle


    What is the radius of the large central circle in inches?

    What is the diameter of the large central circle?

    What is the circumference of the large circle?

    What is the radius of each of the smaller circles?

    What is the diameter of each of the smaller circles?

    What is the circumference of each of the smaller circles?
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    re: Circles and Dreamcatchers

    your question does not make any sense the circles with same area must have same radii etc
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