In this GED math problem, figure out which part of the circle has a measurement of 8 units when the area is given.

Circles | Circumference |

GED Math | Measurement |

Geometry | Circles |

Language | English Language |

Skill Area 2 | Measurement (Quantitative) |

unit And why is it bragging about it to the

other circle It's Not cool Well we've got three options

Radius diameter fan circumference Hard to find any of these

three You have to start by finding the radius So

let's start by finding the radius area of a circle

is always pi Times are square with our being radius

Okay so we know that sixteen pie which were given

in the problem equals pi r squared But we confide

both sides My pie to get that sixteen equals r

squared and we'll take square root of sixteen which is

four Oh yeah Four equals are well for eight Unless

there's something seriously screwed up about her finger We know

that a radius is half of a diameter and force

half of eight though putting two and two together Or

in this case for for we can deduce that the

circle's diameter eyes eight units Oh although it sure would 00:01:25.714 --> [endTime] be nice That learned to show some humility Yeah