Adding methods to objects constructed by the new operator

Question | May 31, 2017 | nextptr 

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The JavaScript new operator can be used to create and initialize an object. The new operator is invoked with a constructor function, which is called to initialize the newly created object.

Consider a constructor function Circle, which is defined as:

function Circle(radius) {
 this.r = radius;

The Circle constructor function can be called to create Circle objects c1 and c2 by using new operator:

var c1 = new Circle(5);
var c2 = new Circle(10);

There is a requirement to create a method - area() - for all Circle objects that can be invoked to get the area of a circle as e.g. c1.area() and c2.area(). The area of a circle for a given radius 'r' can be calculated as Math.PI*r**2.

Which one of the below-given choices is the correct way to create the method area(), which is available to all Circle objects?