Q: Can you draw a circle with circumference 33 cenemeteres?

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If the circumference of a circle is 33 feet, its diameter is: 10.5 feet.

If d = 33, then c = 104

86.66 - 86.7 units squared

Circumference = 2 pi R = 33R = 33 / (2 pi)Area = pi R2 = pi (33)2 / (2 pi)2= (33)2 / (4 pi) = 86.66 square units

33/pi = 10.5 inches

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If the circumference of a circle is 33 feet, its diameter is: 10.5 feet.

The diameter of a circle that has a 33 cm circumference is: 10.5 cm (circumference divided by pi = diameter).

Circumference = pi*33 = 103.6725576 or about 103.673 inches

If d = 33, then c = 104

A = 86.66 units2

The circumference of a 10 and a half inch circle is about 33 inches (32.99). (C = d x Pi)

207.345 feet - if 33 is the radius 103.673 feet - if 16.5 is the radius

86.66 - 86.7 units squared

Circumference = 2 pi R = 33R = 33 / (2 pi)Area = pi R2 = pi (33)2 / (2 pi)2= (33)2 / (4 pi) = 86.66 square units

π=Circumference/Diameter,C/d, so C=dπ=33mmX3.14=103.67 mm (rounded)

Remember that the formula for the circumference of a circle is 2πr, with r being the radius. So 2πr is 33. we can divide this number by pi to get the diameter. According to a calculator, 33 / π = 10.50423. Now the formula for the area of a circle is πr2. So we need to divide 10.50423 by 2. The result is 5.25211. This is r. π(5.25211)2 = 86.65987. So the area of a circle with a circumference of thirty three units is 86.65987 units.

More, 11 pi is around 34.5 cm