Q: Area of 3.5 centimeter diameter circle?

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A = 962.11 units2

Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 961.625

That depends on what is meant by a 35 foot circle but the area of a circle is pi times radius squared

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A circle with a radius of 35 feet has an area of 3,848.45 square feet.

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A = 962.11 units2

35 x 35 x pi sq cm

Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 961.625

That depends on what is meant by a 35 foot circle but the area of a circle is pi times radius squared

The circumference of a circle that has a diameter of 35 inches is 109.96 inches.

The diameter of a circle when the circumference is 35 cm is: 11.14 cm (circumference divided by Pi = diameter).

The circumference of a 35 ft diameter circle is: 110 feet.

A 35-cm diameter circle has a circumference of: 110 cm

The circumference of a 35 ft diameter circle is about 110 feet. (d x Pi = C)

The area of any circle is determined by the formula: A = πr2 where A is the area, π is "pi", the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter (approximately 3.1416), and r is the radius of a circle, or half its diameter. If your diameter is 70 feet, the radius is 35 feet. So, ... A = πr2 = (app) 3.1416 x 352 = (app) 3,848 square feet, or about 0.09 acres.

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