2) State the coordinate pair for the point (3,-4) and in which quadrant it lies.

2) State the coordinate pair for the point (3,-4) and in which quadrant it lies.

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  1. circle area = pi * radius^2

    if diameter = 10 then radius = 5

    circle area = pi * 5^2

    circle area = pi * 25

    circle area = 78.5398163397 square units

    step-by-step explanation:

  2. True

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The point with coordinates (-3,4) is located in quadrant II. The point with coordinates (-4,0) is located on the x-axis.

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