The area of the polygons compare to π in the way that as more angles and sides are added to a polygon the polygon becomes closer to a circle; the perimeter slowly changes to circumference. Π is used to find the area and circumference of a circle, so as polygons come closer to becoming circles π becomes more strongly associated to the polygon. You can even use π to find the approximate area of a circle if you use the same formula (as you would to find the area of a circle) on a polygon. Another way to go about it is like this…
You can find the area of a circle if you know the circle’s circumference by using these steps:
1. Divide the circumference by π to find the diameter of the circle.
2. Divide the diameter by 2 to find the radius of the circle.
3. Now that you have the radius you can use the formula Area= πr2 to find the area of the circle.
is comares by using the same meathod to slove pi
idk but i found this "the graph of y = f(x-2) is the graph of y = f(x) translated two units rightward.
so, since the point (9,2) lies on the graph of y = f(x), the point (11,2) lies on the graph of y = f(x-2)."
3. (5x + 1) - (-10x + 6)
simplify the answer choice. combine like terms. remember to distribute the negative to the terms inside the second parenthesis. also remember that two negatives = one positive, and one of each sign = negative.
- (-10x + 6) = + 10x - 6
simplify. combine like terms:
5x + 1 + 10x - 6
5x + 10x + 1 - 6
15x - 5
∴ it is your answer