1. Solve the following equation for y: (square root of )A. y = 14B. y = 16C. y = 32D. y = 642. Find the area of a circle with a radius r of 6 feet. Round off your answer to one decimal point. (The formula for the area of a circle is A = p r2 and p should be approximated to four decimal places.)A. 18.8 sq ftB. 59.2 sq ftC. 113.1 sq ftD. 355.3 sq ft3. If the length of a room is 20 feet and its width is 12 feet the perimeter of the floor area isA. 32 feet.B. 44 feet.C. 52 feet.D. 64 feet.4. The first step you should take to solve the formula isA. multiply 3 by 6.B. cancel 6 into 6.C. subtract 2 from 3.D. find the value of 6 squared.