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Jada cuts out a rectangular piece of paper that measures 5x4 inches.
Han cuts out a paper sector of a circle with radius 5 inches and calculates the arclength to be 2 TT.

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Formula for arc length =

arc length = r θ where θ is in radians

So we have

2pi = 5 θ solve for θ and we have that

θ = [ 2 pi ] / 5

The area of the sector =

(1/2) r^2 θ = (1/2)(5^2) (2pi) / 5 = 5 pi in^2 ≈ 15.7 in ^2

The rectangular shape has more area = (5 * 4) = 20 in ^2

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