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15 May, 16:34

Tom's dog is tied to a tree for the day. He has a chain that is 10 feet long. How much area does he have to play if the chain can move around the tree?

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  1. 15 May, 17:33
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    Answer: the area is 314 ft²

    Step-by-step explanation:

    if the chain can move around the tree, then the path along which the dog can move is a circle whose radius is the length of the chain.

    The formula for determining the area of a circle is expressed as

    Area of circle = πr²

    Where

    r represents the radius of the circle.

    π is a constant whose value is 3.14

    Therefore, the area that the dog has to play if the chain can move around the tree is

    3.14 * 10² = 314 ft²
  2. 15 May, 18:20
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    10 feet is that much that u would need
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