# Pagans

Elena cut out same circle-shaped pagans and put them on a rectangular sheet so that the neighboring pagans were touching each other and the pagans were touching the walls of the sheet on the edges. Each pagans occupied 28.26 cm

^{2}of the bottom of the sheet. What dimensions does the bottom of the sheet have? (Calculate with π = 3,14.)**Correct result:**Please write to us with your comment on the math problem or ask something. Thank you for helping each other - students, teachers, parents, and problem authors.

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