1.
Use 3.14 for pie to estimate the area of a circle. The diameter is given. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth if necessary. (the diameter is 16.8)
2. Find the missing length. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. (7,19)

The answer is 221.56 because they didn't want you to use ~ they wanted you to use 3.14. Reiny a lot of people still use 3.14 because they teach it in school.

Wait this isnt for connexus the answers are
44.27
177.1
624.26
2497.05
not 221.56 like what the heck

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the answer would be 221.67 in some cases😊

I am in grade 7 and we are doing unit two lesson 17 measurement unit and the answer I got was 221.56

whats the answer? i have the same choices as @Anonymous
(aka)
a. 44.27 m^2
b. 177.1 m^2
c. 624.26 m^2
d. 2497.05 m^2
pls help i need this now by today not a year later

The answer is 624.26m

I need answers, please.

the area of the circle is 467.36 m2

you sure

Someone plz just give the right answers it so annoying stop giving fake ones

answer is 76.62] m2

1. r = 8.4
area = π(8.4)^2 = 221.67 to the nearest hundredth using a proper value of π
(nobody uses 3.14 anymore, that is so 1960's,
if you did it would be 221.56 , quite an error)
#2,  incomplete

Stop cheating