**Worksheet on Arc Length and Area of Sector :**

Worksheet given in this section is much useful to the students who would like to practice problems on length of arc length and area of sector.

**Question 1 :**

Find the length of the arc that is bolded. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Question 2 :**

In the diagram given below, if QRS is a central angle and m∠QRS = 81°, m∠SRT = 115°, and radius is 5 cm, then find the length of the arc QST. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Question 3 :**

If m∠LMN = 19° and radius is 15 inches, then find the length of arc LN. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Question 4 : **

Find the length of the arc highlighted in red color. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Question 5 :**

Find the area of the sector that is outlined with the bold line. (Take ∏ = 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Question 6 :**

In circle C, if XCZ is a central angle and XYZ is an inscribed angle and m∠XYZ = 58° and radius is 10 inches. Find the area of sector XCZ. (Take ∏ = 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Question 7 :**

If QRS is a central angle and m∠QRS = 46°, m∠SRT = 80°, and diameter is 4 inches, then find the area of the shaded sector. (Take ∏ = 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Question 8 :**

Find the area of the sector whose radius is 35 cm and perimeter is 147 cm.

**Question 1 :**

Find the length of the arc that is bolded. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Solution :**

**The formula to find the arc length is**

**= (Arc Measure / 360**°**) **⋅ 2**Π r**

**Plug r = 8, Arc Measure**** = 315**° and **Π **≈** 3.14**

≈ (315° / 360°) ⋅ 2 ⋅ 3.14 ⋅ 8

≈ 44

Hence, the length of the arc is about 44 cm.

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**Question 2 :**

In the diagram given below, if QRS is a central angle and m∠QRS = 81°, m∠SRT = 115°, and radius is 5 cm, then find the length of the arc QST. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Solution :**

**To find the length of the arc QST, first we have to find the arc measure QST or the central angle **m∠QRT.

m∠QRT = m∠QRS + m∠SRT

m∠QRT = **81**° + 115°

m∠QRT = 196°

**The formula to find the arc length is**

**= (Central Angle / 360**°**) **⋅ 2**Π r**

**Plug r = 5, Central Angle**** = 196**° and **Π **≈** 3.14**

≈ (196° / 360°) ⋅ 2 ⋅ 3.14 ⋅ 5

≈ 17.1

Hence, the length of the arc is about 17.1 cm.

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**Question 3 :**

If m∠LMN = 19° and radius is 15 inches, then find the length of arc LN. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Solution :**

**To find the length of the arc LN, first we have to find the arc measure LN**.

**By Inscribed Angle Theorem, we have**

**1/2 **⋅ Arc Measure = **m∠LMN**

**Multiply both sides by 2. **

**Arc Measure = ****2 **⋅ **m∠LMN**

**Arc Measure = ****2 **⋅ 1**9**°

**Arc Measure = 38****°**

**The formula to find the arc length is**

**= (Arc Measure / 360**°**) **⋅ 2**Π r**

**Plug r = 15, Arc Measure**** = 38**° and **Π **≈** 3.14**

≈ (38° / 360°) ⋅ 2 ⋅ 3.14 ⋅ 15

≈ 9.9

Hence, the length of the arc is about 9.9 inches.

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**Question 4 : **

Find the length of the arc highlighted in red color. (Take ∏ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Solution :**

**From the given diagram, we have**

**m∠MCN + Measure of arc MON = 360**°

**Plug ****m∠MCN = 88**°

**88**° + **Measure of arc MON = 360**°

Subtract 88° from both sides.

**Measure of arc MON = 272**°

**Given : **Diameter is 4 inches.

**Then, the radius is**

**= Diameter / 2**

**= 10 / 2**

**= 5 ft**

**The formula to find the arc length is**

**= (Arc Measure / 360**°**) **⋅ 2**Π r**

**Plug r = 5, Arc Measure**** = 272**° and **Π **≈** 3.14**

≈ (272° / 360°) ⋅ 2 ⋅ 3.14 ⋅ 5

≈ 23.7 ft

Hence, the length of the arc is about 23.7 ft.

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**Question 5 :**

Find the area of the sector that is outlined with the bold line. (Take ∏ = 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Solution :**

**The formula to find area of the sector is**

**= (θ / 360**°**) **⋅ **Π r²**

**Plug r = 11, ****θ = 30**0° and **Π **≈** 3.14**

≈ (300° / 360°) ⋅ 3.14 ⋅ 11^{2}

≈ 316.7

Hence, the area of the given sector is about 316.7 cm².

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**Question 6 :**

In circle C, if XCZ is a central angle and XYZ is an inscribed angle and m∠XYZ = 58° and radius is 10 inches. Find the area of sector XCZ. (Take ∏ = 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Solution :**

**By Inscribed Angle Theorem, we have**

**1/2 **⋅ **m∠XCZ = ****m∠XYZ**

**Multiply both sides by 2.**

**m∠XCZ = 2 ****⋅ ****m∠XYZ**

**Given : **m∠XYZ = 58°.

Then, we have

**m∠XCZ = 2 ****⋅ ****58°**

**m∠XCZ = 116****°**

**So, the central angle ****θ is ****116****°.**

**The formula to find area of the sector is**

**= (θ / 360**°**) **⋅ **Π r²**

**Plug r = 10, ****θ = 116**° and **Π **≈** 3.14**

≈ (116° / 360°) ⋅ 3.14 ⋅ 10^{2}

≈ 101.2

Hence, the area of sector XCZ is about 101.2 in².

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**Question 7 :**

If QRS is a central angle and m∠QRS = 46°, m∠SRT = 80°, and diameter is 4 inches, then find the area of the shaded sector. (Take ∏ = 3.14 and round your answer to one decimal place, if necessary)

**Solution :**

**Given : **m∠QRS = 46° and m∠SRT = 80°.

Then, we have

m∠QRS + m∠SRT = 46° + **80°**

**m∠QRS + m∠SRT = 126°**

**Measure of central angle of the shaded region :**

**m∠QRT = 360° - 126 °**

**m∠QRT = 234°**

**Radius of the circle :**

**Radius = Diameter / 2**

**Radius = 4 / 2**

**Radius = 2 inches**

**The formula to find area of the sector is**

**= (θ / 360**°**) **⋅ **Π r²**

**Plug r = 2, ****θ = 234**° and **Π **≈** 3.14**

≈ (234° / 360°) ⋅ 3.14 ⋅ 2^{2}

≈ 8.2

Hence, the area of the shaded sector is about 8.2 in².

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**Question 8 :**

Find the area of the sector whose radius is 35 cm and perimeter is 147 cm.

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