Ivan has a circular garden with a diameter of 1.5 metres. He wishes to build a circular path around the garden with a width of 1 metre. How much area will the path cover?
hence, the area of path around the circular garden is
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To find the area of the path, subtract the area of the inner circle (garden) from the area of the outer circle (entire path).

Calculate the radius of the inner circle (garden): Radius = Diameter / 2 Radius = 1.5 / 2 Radius = 0.75 meters

Calculate the radius of the outer circle (entire path): Radius_outer = Radius_inner + Width Radius_outer = 0.75 + 1 Radius_outer = 1.75 meters

Calculate the area of the inner circle (garden): Area_inner = π * Radius_inner^2 Area_inner = π * 0.75^2 Area_inner ≈ 1.77 square meters

Calculate the area of the outer circle (entire path): Area_outer = π * Radius_outer^2 Area_outer = π * 1.75^2 Area_outer ≈ 9.62 square meters

Calculate the area covered by the path: Area_path = Area_outer  Area_inner Area_path ≈ 9.62  1.77 Area_path ≈ 7.85 square meters
Therefore, the path will cover approximately 7.85 square meters.
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