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If A is the point (-4, 1) and B is the point (2, 1), what is the area

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AB = sq.rt{(2-(-4))^2 +(1-1)^2} = 6 (diameter)
Area = pi*3*3 = 9*pi. (option C).
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Bunuel wrote:
If A is the point (-4, 1) and B is the point (2, 1), what is the area of the circle that has AB as a diameter?

A. 3π
B. 6π
C. 9π
D. 12π
E. 36π


Value for y is the same (1), therefore we can look at the difference between the x values of A and B (-4+2=6).
This means, 6 is the difference between both points and the diameter of the circle (radius = 3).
Area of circle= \(3^2\pi=9\pi\)

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