Give the simplest method of finding the area of zero of a zero circle from manufacturers table.

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Answer :

The area of zero circle can be find out simply by using following formula.

A = M x C

Where, A = Area of zero circle

 M = Multiplier or multiplying constant

provided in manufacturers table

C = Constant of planimeter provide in manufacturers table

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