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If a ring is formed by the inner circle of radius 2 and the outer circle of radius 3, what is the ratio of the area of the ring to that of the inner circle?

A. 1:2
B. 2:3
C. 3:4
D. 5:4
E. 8:5

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If a ring is formed by the inner circle of radius 2 and the outer circle of radius 3, what is the ratio of the area of the ring to that of the inner circle?

A. 1:2
B. 2:3
C. 3:4
D. 5:4
E. 8:5

The area of the inner circle $$= \pi*2^2 = 4\pi$$. The area of the ring $$= 9\pi - 4\pi = 5\pi$$. The required ratio $$= \frac{5\pi}{4\pi} = \frac{5}{4}$$.

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