In the figure above, a circle is inscribed in a square. If the area of the circle is square centimeters, what is the perimeter of the square, in centimeters?A)B)C)D) Loading... Page navigation ← Daily PWN 174 Daily PWN 176 →

So when the question asks for it in centimeters, did that conversion occur during the math, or is it there to throw people off. Log in to Reply

The question specifies the units just because many such questions do—it’s not meant to be a trick. Log in to Reply

I didn’t listen to the question it said perimeter not area for the answer they were not comparing apples to appless therefore got sucked into 4x as the answer. Log in to Reply

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So when the question asks for it in centimeters, did that conversion occur during the math, or is it there to throw people off.

The question specifies the units just because many such questions do—it’s not meant to be a trick.

I didn’t listen to the question it said perimeter not area for the answer they were not comparing apples to appless therefore got sucked into 4x as the answer.