# Area of a Circle

#### Grade 7 Math Worksheets

**The area of a circle is the amount of space enclosed by the circle. The formula gives it: Area of Circle = πr^2.**

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- Area of a Circle
- Solved Examples
- FAQs

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## Area of a Circle

The area of a circle is the amount of space enclosed by the circle. It is given by the formula:

Area = πr^2

where “A” is the area of the circle, “π” (pi) is a mathematical constant approximately equal to 3.14159, and “r” is the radius of the circle.

This formula shows that the area of a circle is directly proportional to the square of its radius. In other words, as the radius of a circle increases, its area increases at a faster rate.

## Solved Examples

**Question:** A circular pond has a diameter of 12 m. What is the area of the pond?

**Solution:**

A = πr^2

r = d/2 = 12 m/2 = 6 m

A = π x (6 m)^2

A ≈ 113.1 m^2

Therefore, the area of the pond is approximately 113.1 square meters.

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**Question:** A circular pizza has a radius of 8 inches. What is the area of the pizza?

**Solution:**

A = πr^2

A = π x (8 inches)^2

A ≈ 201.06 square inches

Therefore, the area of the pizza is approximately 201.06 square inches.

**Question:** A circular rug has an area of 50π square feet. What is the radius of the rug?

**Solution:**

A = πr^2

50π = πr^2

r^2 = 50

r ≈ 7.07 feet

Therefore, the radius of the rug is approximately 7.07 feet.

**Question:** The area of a circle is 36π square cm. What is the radius of the circle?

**Solution:**

A = πr^2

36π = πr^2

r^2 = 36

r = 6 cm

Therefore, the radius of the circle is 6 cm.

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## Area of a Circle FAQS

##### What is the formula for the area of a circle?

The formula for the area of a circle is A = πr^2, where “A” is the area of the circle, “π” is a mathematical constant approximately equal to 3.14159, and “r” is the radius of the circle.

##### How do you calculate the area of a circle?

To calculate the area of a circle, you need to know the radius of the circle. Then, you can use the formula A = πr^2 to find the area.

##### What is the relationship between the area and the radius of a circle?

The area of a circle is directly proportional to the square of its radius. In other words, as the radius of a circle increases, its area increases at a faster rate.

##### What are some real-world applications of the area of a circle?

The area of a circle is used in various real-world applications, such as in calculating the amount of paint needed to cover a circular surface, the amount of carpet or flooring needed to cover a circular room, and the size of a circular plot of land.

##### What is the unit of measurement for the area of a circle?

The unit of measurement for the area of a circle is square units, such as square meters (m^2), square centimeters (cm^2), or square inches (in^2), depending on the system of measurement used.

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