Answer the following
questions dealing with the Sectors and Segments of Circles.
(Do not assume that diagrams are drawn to scale.)

1.

Find the area of the dark blue
sector shown at the left.
The radius of the circle is 4 units and the length of the
arc (the curved edge of the sector) measures 7.85 units.
Express answer to the nearest tenth of a square unit.

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2.

Find the area of the
shaded sector of
circle O. The radius is 6 inches and the central
angle is 100°. Express answer to the nearest tenth
of a square inch.

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3.

Find the area of the shaded
segment of circle O
to the nearest tenth of a square unit.
The radius of the circle is 6 units. The
perpendicular from O to the chord joining point A
to point B measures 4 units.

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4.

Pizza! Pizza! You stop
for lunch at a local pizza shop where each pizza is cut
into 8 slices. Would your hunger be better
satisfied with one slice from a 16 inch pizza or two
slices from a 12 inch pizza
(disregarding thickness)?

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5.

A cathedral window is built in the
shape of a semicircle. If the window is to contain
three stained glass sections of equal size, what is the
area of each stained glass section? Express answer
to the nearest square foot.

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6.

Find the area of a
segment of a circle if
the central angle of the segment is 60° and the radius
is 10. Express answer to the nearest tenth
of a square unit.