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Post by Peter Ke on October 10, 2015

For the 2nd example how did you know that 8.48 is equal to 6squareroot"3"?
How did you convert it?

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Post by Omar Neamatullah on November 29, 2013

Should we leave the answer as 2-Pi or should we multiply it out and write it out as 6.28 (Considering this is one of the grid-ins)?  

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Last reply by: Harpreet Singh
Sat Apr 20, 2013 10:17 AM

Post by Kavita Agrawal on March 11, 2013

I think the first Learn by Example problem is wrong; you said the answer was 2(pi), but it should be 2(pi)+ 8; this is because the problem is asking for the perimeter of each quarter circle, not the length of the arc.

Area and Perimeter on the SAT

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  • Intro 0:00
  • SAT Problems on Area and Perimeter 0:11
  • Learn by Example: Perimeter of a Quarter Circle 2:50
  • Learn by Example: Area of the Unshaded Region 4:26
  • Learn by Example: Perimeter of a Square Inscribed in a Circle 10:03
  • Learn by Example: Using Pythagorean to Get Side Lengths 13:23