**Finding Arc Length and Area of Sector**

**area**Â of theÂ

**sector**, it’s the central angle of 360, times theÂ

**area**Â of theÂ

**circle**, for example, if the central angle is 60, and the two radiuses forming it are 20 inches, you would divide 60 by 360 to get 1/6

**arc length**, start by dividing theÂ

**arc’s**Â central angle in degrees by 360. Then, multiply that number by the radius of theÂ

**circle**. Finally, multiply that number by 2 Ã— pi to find theÂ

**arc length**. If you want to learn how to calculate theÂ

**arc length**in radians, keep reading the article.

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