01. Calculate the dimensions of a square that has the same area as a circle with a radius of 5.7 cm. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a centimetre.

A= √πr^2

A= √π5.7^2

A= √102.1

A= 10.1

The dimensions of a square that has the same area as a circle is 10.1 cm.

Good job Trisha. I like how your blog is very neat. Next time try to highlight important words in your blog like RADIUS. Keep it up

ReplyDeleteGreat Job! Your blog is easy to read, next time you might want to show your work with the correct signs like the square root, its a bit confusing with its small, and add a bit of colour on your blog. It looks like you know what you are doing so keep up the good work!

ReplyDeleteGood job, Trisha. Your post was very neat. Next time, you should explain what you did to get your answer.

ReplyDeleteGood job, Trisha! I think next time you could explain your work a little more and make the answer stand out a bit more. Overall, it was good.

ReplyDeleteTrisha, Your blog was really short. I think you should've explained more to make it more understandable. Adding some pictures would've made it more appealing to look at. But good job!

ReplyDeleteNice post, Trisha. I felt that this post was pretty short and didn't explain a lot. Next time, you should add in a picture or two, and colour-code some important words to make it stand out. Overall, good job.

ReplyDeleteGood job Trisha, I agree with Chelsea, you should of explained a bit more. But your post is neat and understandable. Also you should added some pictures. All in all, you did a good job!

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