A circle and a square have the same area. Find the length of the diagonal of the square divided by the radius of the circle. (Hint: draw a diagram and label unknowns.)
A circle and a square have the same area. Find the length of the diagonal of the square divided by the radius of the circle. (Hint: draw a diagram and label unknowns.)
Since they have the same area we know.
Now using the pythagorean theorem we know the length of the diagonal is
Now we are asked to find the ratio of diagonal to the radius