The area of a circle is pi r^2, yes? So if you have, say, 30 degrees of central angle, the area will be 30/360 of the area of the total circle. In that case, you'd take (30/360) * pi * r^2.
The sector is just a fraction of the circle, so use a fraction of the area formula.
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