How do we Find the Area of a Sector of a Circle?  Don't Memorise  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
The area of a sector in a circle can be calculated by multiplying the sector angle by the ratio of the angle to 360 degrees and then multiplying by the area of the whole circle.
Key Insights
 ✖️ The area of a sector in a circle can be calculated by multiplying the sector angle by the ratio of the angle to 360 degrees and then multiplying by the area of the whole circle.
 🥳 Dividing a circle into equal parts changes the ratio used in calculating the area of each part.
 🍕 Sectors in a circle are analogous to pizza slices, with the sector angle determining the portion covered by the sector.
 ❎ The formula for finding the area of a sector is generalized as "theta by 360" multiplied by "Pi r squared", where theta represents the sector angle.
Transcript
We are now going to try to understand a very important concept about circles. Look at the circle divided into two equal parts. How do we find the area of this coloured part? Let's assume that the radius of the circle is 'R' units. You are familiar with the area of a circle, and we can see that it covers half the circle. So the area will be half mul... Read More
Questions & Answers
Q: How can we find the area of a colored part in a circle?
To find the area of a colored part in a circle, we can multiply half of the area of the circle by πr^2.
Q: How do we calculate the area of a sector in a circle?
The area of a sector in a circle is determined by the sector angle. We can find it by multiplying the sector angle by the ratio of the angle to 360 degrees and then multiplying by the area of the whole circle.
Q: What is the relationship between the number of equal parts a circle is divided into and the area of each colored part?
The area of each colored part in a circle divided into n equal parts is found by multiplying onenth of the area of the circle by πr^2, where n is the number of equal parts.
Q: How does the sector angle affect the area of a sector in a circle?
The sector angle determines the proportion of the area of the whole circle covered by the sector. By multiplying the sector angle by the ratio of the angle to 360 degrees and then multiplying by the area of the whole circle, we can find the area of the sector.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The area of a colored part in a circle can be found by multiplying half of the area of the circle by πr^2.

The area of a colored part in a circle divided into four equal parts can be found by multiplying onefourth of the area of the circle by πr^2.

The area of a sector in a circle is determined by the sector angle, which is the angle the arc subtends at the center. It can be calculated by multiplying the sector angle by the ratio of the angle to 360 degrees and then multiplying by the area of the whole circle.