Solve problems involving area and circumference of two-dimensional figures (Part 1).
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The circumference of a circle is $$24\pi$$ cm. What is the exact area of the circle? Draw a diagram to assist you in solving the problem.
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Find the area and perimeter of the colored part of each figure below. The figures are composed of small squares with side length 1 unit and curves that are an arc of a circle.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.A semi-circle with a diameter of 6 cm sits on top of an isosceles trapezoid. Find the area of the entire figure.
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A semi-circle is connected to an isosceles triangle. The radius of the semi-circle is 2 inches, and the height of the triangle is 6 inches. Find the area of the composite figure.
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