Math Questions Help

<p>In the figure, if the circle with circle O has area of pi cubed, what is the area of triangle ORS</p>

<p>I don't have the figure, but basically the triangle in in the circle and it creates a 45 45 degree triangle inside</p>

<p>a pi divided by 2</p>

<p>b pi sq divided by 2</p>

<p>c 2pi</p>

<p>d pi square</p>

<p>e 2pi square</p>

<p>Is the answer B?</p>

<p>I am extremely confused by how you explained this question. </p>

<p>But I'm going to go with B.</p>

<p>area of circle is= radius^2 pi</p>

<p>so the radius is pi in this case... (this is extremely sketchy and I'm probably wrong because I never heard of a situation in which pi was the radius)</p>

<p>area of triangle=base x height=2</p>

<p>in this case, both the base and height is pi, so pi x pi, divided by two.</p>

<p>NOTE: Again, this is probably wrong.</p>

<p>^ that's what i did</p>


<p>Ok, that's good. It was getting weird when I found out that the radius was pi.</p>

<p>It is B thanks lol</p>