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Answered 2013-04-27 01:48:25

Circumference = pi x diameter = pi x 2 x Radius (By definition - Step 1)

So Radius = (Circumference)/(pi x 2), (find Radius - Step 2)

Area = pi x Radius x Radius, (substitute value or radius obtained in step 2)

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