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Find Areas of Circles Using Their Radiuses

In this worksheet, students find the areas of circles given their radiuses.

'Find Areas of Circles Using Their Radiuses' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Geometry and Measures

Curriculum subtopic:   Solve Problems Involving Perimeters and Areas of 2D Shapes

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about finding the areas of circles.



You must learn this important formula for a circle of radius, r :

Area of a circle = π r2


What is pi (π) in numbers?  Pi is an infinite number, and you can use a function on your calculator to input the number.

Here is the start of it - 3.14159265359...


In this activity, you will need to use a scientific calculator to calculate the answers.  You can use one online if you do not have one in your home.



Find the area of a circle of radius 6 cm.



Area = π r2 =  π × 62 = π × 36 = 113.1 cm2  (1 dp)


Remember, in this activity, you need to use a scientific calculator to calculate pi correctly, you can access one of these online.


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