Lesson 7
Exploring the Area of a Circle
Problem 1
The \(x\)axis of each graph has the diameter of a circle in meters. Label the \(y\)axis on each graph with the appropriate measurement of a circle:
radius (m), circumference (m), or area (m^{2}).
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Problem 2
Circle A has area 500 in^{2}. The diameter of circle B is three times the diameter of circle A. Estimate the area of circle B.
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Problem 3
Lin’s bike travels 100 meters when her wheels rotate 55 times. What is the circumference of her wheels?
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(From Unit 3, Lesson 5.)Problem 4
Priya drew a circle whose circumference is 25 cm. Clare drew a circle whose diameter is 3 times the diameter of Priya’s circle. What is the circumference of Clare’s circle?
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(From Unit 3, Lesson 3.)Problem 5

Here is a picture of two squares and a circle. Use the picture to explain why the area of this circle is more than 2 square units but less than 4 square units.

Here is another picture of two squares and a circle. Use the picture to explain why the area of this circle is more than 18 square units and less than 36 square units.
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Problem 6
Point \(A\) is the center of the circle, and the length of \(CD\) is 15 centimeters. Find the circumference of this circle.
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(From Unit 3, Lesson 3.)