...Using Pythagorean Theorem (c^2=a^2+b^2) find length of c, which is in this case equal to c=sqrt(8^2+6^2)=sqrt(64+36)=sqrt(100)=10. This means that radius of the circle is r=c/2=10/2=5. So, area of the circle is: A=r^2*pi=5^2*pi=25*pi.
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