I know for a positive fact that there's a picture in the book that goes along

with this question. I know that because the question talks about machines

that are "shown at the right".

What you have to understand is the reason for the picture. It's expensive to

print pictures in books, and if the picture were not necessary, then it wouldn't

be printed there.

It IS necessary, because you can't solve the problem, or even understand it,

without the picture. And that's why nobody here will be able to answer this

question for you. We don't even know what the two functions are, and those

make a BIG difference ! !

Dude its easy,you have to count to see how many space there is and when you reach the end you put the number

**Answer:**

**A ≈ 158.37km²**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

<u>Using the formulas</u>

A=πr2

d=2r

<u>Solving forA</u>

A = 1
/4πd 2

= 1
/4·π·

14.22 ≈ 158.36769km²

Therefore, the are of the circle in nearest hundredth is **A ≈ 158.37km²**

**Answer: 440**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1 + 1 = 2 yes and as you can see i just finished one of the hardest math problems ever lol