I have a challenge for you. If you don't hit one of those four areas, I get to dump water on you!
That's a deal.
Lets do this
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Reece works out his problem in his mind.
Ok. The entire board’s radius` is 2 feet and the inner circle’s radius is 1 feet. To find my answer, I need to find the area of the four spaces. To find area of circles the formula is Area equals pi times radius squared. We need two formulas for each circle. Now we plug in the radius and pi for each equation. After doing that we solve for the area of the outer circle by doing 3.14 * 4 which is 2 squared. Then you would get 12.56 as the area of the outer circle. Then you would do 3.14 time 1 squared which is 3.14 divide it by 6(number of sections in smaller circle) and then multiply by four (number of spaces you can hit) after doing this you will find that the area of the small circles is 2.0933 (repeating 3’s).