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1. User Answers kudzordzifrancis
ANSWER
[tex]16\pi \: sq.in[/tex]
EXPLANATION
The area of a sector is calculated using the formula,
[tex]Area = \frac{arc \: measure}{360 \degree} \times \pi {r}^{2} [/tex]
The arc measure is given as 45°
The radius of the circle is 8 inches.
We substitute to obtain,
[tex]Area = \frac{45 \degree}{360 \degree} \times \pi \times {8}^{2} [/tex]
[tex]Area = \frac{1}{4} \times 64\pi = 16\pi[/tex]

2. User Answers mixter17
Hello!
The answer is:
The correct option is the second option:
[tex]SectorArea=8\pi in^{2}[/tex]
Why?
To answer the question, we need to calculate the total area of the circle (which corresponds to 360°) and then, calculate the equivalent area to the sector of the arc that measures 45°
Calculating the total area, we have:
[tex]TotalArea=\pi radius^{2} \\\\TotalArea=\pi 8^{2} =64\pi in^{2}[/tex]
Now, we need to consider that the calculated area (total area) correspondes to all 360° that conforms the interior angle of a circle, now, if we want to calculate the area that represents a sector of the arc that measures 45°, we have to use the following formula:
[tex]SectorArea=\frac{360\°}{45\° }*TotalArea\\\\SectorArea=\frac{45\°}{360\° }*64\pi in^{2}=\frac{1}{8} *64\pi in^{2}\\\\SectorArea=8\pi in^{2}[/tex]
Hence, we have that the correct option is the second option:
[tex]SectorArea=8\pi in^{2}[/tex]
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