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There is a reason why train wheels clatter on the tracks. The wheels of a train are circles. The area of a circle is equal to , so train wheels are squares that clatter on the tracks. # Area of a Circle Worksheets = free = members only Basic Lesson
Guides students through the use of the area of a circle equation given a radius.
Standard: MATH 3 View lesson Intermediate Lesson
Demonstrates how to determine the area of a circle when given a diameter.
Standard: MATH 3 View lesson Independent Practice 1
A really great activity for allowing students to understand the concepts of the area of a circle.
Standard: MATH 3 View worksheet Independent Practice 2
Students determine the area of a circle in 20 assorted problems. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 3 View worksheet Area of a Circle Homework
Students are provided with 12 problems to achieve the concepts of Area of a Circle.
Standard: MATH 3 View homework Area of a Circle Quiz
This tests the students ability to understand Area of a Circle.
Standard: MATH 3 View quiz Answers for the homework and quiz. View answers Answers for lessons and both practice sheets. View answers Did you know they used Geometry to Build Your School?
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