The radius of Circle A is 7 ft. The radius of Circle B is 3 ft greater than the radius of

Circle A. The radius of Circle C is 3 ft greater than the radius of Circle B. The radius of Circle D is 2 ft

less than the radius of Circle C. What is the area of each circle? How many times greater than the

area of Circle A is the area of Circle D?

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Step-by-step explanation:Ar of circle

A= 49π

B=100π

C=169π

D=121π

Ar of circle A is less than Ar of circle D