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what is the area of a penny?

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The area of one penny is A = (15) (n/N), which is 2.83 cm2.

Area is defined by A=(pi)(radius)^2. If you can measure a penny's radius, you should be able to solve the problem. pi=3.14

The area enclosed by a circle is pieR2. Once you have the radius you can set up the equation.

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