Which has a greater area, a square with sides measuring 4 cm, or a circle with a ...

Which has a greater area, a square with sides measuring 4 cm, or a circle with a radius of the same length?

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The area of a square is 4*4 = 16 square cm. <div>The area of a circle is Pi*4*4 = 16*Pi = 50.24 square cm (Pi = 3.14).</div><div>The sircle has a greater area. </div>

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