If a circle has an area of
The formula for the area of a circle is πr2. For this particular circle, the area is 81π, so 81π = πr2. Divide both sides by π and we are left with r2=81. Take the square root of both sides to find r=9. The formula for the circumference of the circle is 2πr = 2π(9) = 18π. The correct answer is 18π.
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The formula for the area of a circle is A = πr2.
We are given the area, and by substitution we know that 13π = πr2.
We divide out the π and are left with 13 = r2.
We take the square root of r to find that r = √13.
We find the circumference of the circle with the formula C = 2πr.
We then plug in our values to find C = 2√13π.
First you must draw the diagram. The diagonal of the rectangle is also the diameter of the circle. The diagonal is the hypotenuse of a multiple of 2 of a 3,4,5 triangle, and therefore is 10. Circumference = π * diameter = 10π.
A gardener wants to build a fence around their garden shown below. How many feet of fencing will they need, if the length of the rectangular side is 12 and the width is 8?
The shape of the garden consists of a rectangle and two semi-circles. Since they are building a fence we need to find the perimeter. The perimeter of the length of the rectangle is 24. The perimeter or circumference of the circle can be found using the equation C=2π(r), where r= the radius of the circle. Since we have two semi-circles we can find the circumference of one whole circle with a radius of 4, which would be 8π.
The diameter of a circle is defined by the two points (2,5) and (4,6). What is the circumference of this circle?
We first must calculate the distance between these two points. Recall that the distance formula is:√((x2 - x1)2 + (y2 - y1)2)
For us, it is therefore: √((4 - 2)2 + (6 - 5)2) = √((2)2 + (1)2) = √(4 + 1) = √5
If d = √5, the circumference of our circle is πd, or π√5.
A car tire has a radius of 18 inches. When the tire has made 200 revolutions, how far has the car gone in feet?
If the radius is 18 inches, the diameter is 3 feet. The circumference of the tire is therefore 3π by C=d(π). After 200 revolutions, the tire and car have gone 3π x 200 = 600π feet.
To solve, simply use the formula for the circumference of a circle. Thus,
Like the prior question, it is important to think about dimensions if you don"t remember the exact formula. Circumference is 1 dimensional, so it makes sense that the variable is not squared as cubed. If you rather, you can use the following formula, but realize by defining diameter, it equals the prior one.
First, let"s find the radius r of the circle by using the given area.
Now, plug this radius into the formula for a circle"s circumference.
The surface area of a sphere is
Below is a sphere with its center
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The length of the curve is half the circumference of a circle with radius 10, or
Substituting 10 for
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