# Which is larger: the area of a circle 6 cm in diameter or the area of a square whose side is 6 cm. How much larger?

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The area of the circle is :

The area of a square is:

It is obvious that the circle's area is smaller since pi is approximately 3.14 and 36 is equal to 9*4. So the square's area is higher by:

The area of a square is:

It is obvious that the circle's area is smaller since pi is approximately 3.14 and 36 is equal to 9*4. So the square's area is higher by:

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Case 1:Circle

Diameter is twice the radius so:

6 cm=2r

r=3 cm

Area of a circle:

A=πr²

A=π(3 cm)²

A=9π cm² or 28.26 cm²

Case 2: Square

The area of the square is:

A=s²

A=(6 cm)²

A=36 cm²

To find how much larger the square is, just subtract

36 cm²-28.26 cm²=7.74 cm²

Hope this helps =)

Diameter is twice the radius so:

6 cm=2r

r=3 cm

Area of a circle:

A=πr²

A=π(3 cm)²

A=9π cm² or 28.26 cm²

Case 2: Square

The area of the square is:

A=s²

A=(6 cm)²

A=36 cm²

To find how much larger the square is, just subtract

36 cm²-28.26 cm²=7.74 cm²

Hope this helps =)