It is: circumference/radius = 2*pi
Volumes: 523.5987756/65.44984695 = 8 times greater 53/2.53 = 8
The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.
A wheel is in the shape of a circle. The formula for the circumference of a circle is 2πr where r is the radius. But, the diameter of a circle is twice the radius so this equation can be written, Circumference = πd where d is the diameter. The Circumference is therefore π times as big as the diameter, π = 3.142 or 22/7 approx.
i think its the same since the radius is half the diameter.
Circumference = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter Circumference = 36pi inches
Infinity because the circumference of the circle is the same as the circumference of the sphere.
2π radii=1 circumference *π=pi
With one rotation, the wheel advances one entire circumference.The circumference is radius times (2 x pi).To convert from centimeters to meters, divide by 100.Finally, just divide the total number of meters by the circumference (in meters), to get the number of turns.
Approximately 8 times. See link for pictorial difference.
you have to quote the diameter or radius or circumference of the circle to calculate the area. If diameter 78.53. If radius 314.15. If circumference 7.95
I did a little dummy-proofing and added a loop so you can redo it as many times as you need to var radius : string var circumference : real var radius_value : real var retry : string loop loop %getting the radius put "Please give the radius of the circle" get radius %checking if the given radius will be ok if strrealok (radius) then exit else delay (500) put "Please put a valid radius" end if end loop %converting radius string to radius real radius_value := strreal (radius) %calculating circumference circumference := radius_value*2*3.14 %outputting final results delay (500) put "The circumference of your circle is ",circumference, "(unit of measurement)" delay (500) put "Do you wish to calculate another answer? (y or n)" get retry if retry = "n" then exit end if end loop
If the acre is a circle (and the use of the word 'circumference' implies this, the other word would be perimeter) then 1 acre = 4,840 square yards Area = pi times r2 A circle with an area of 1 acre has a radius of 39.25 yards (approx.) A circle with a radius of 39.25 yards has a circumference of 246.62 yards (approx)
It all depends on the dimensions of the orifices circumference of the bell, multiply the radius times 2 divided by pie times the speed of sound divided by 20 decibels equals.
Pi is the number you have to use to solve many circle equations. If you want to find the area of a circle, use radius squared times pi. For the circumference, use diameter times pi.
Yes, providing that they stem from the center of the circle to its circumference.
C = 131.95 inches.
The circumference is 188 feet.
The circumference is about 131.9 inches. (C = r x 2 x Pi)
Volume of a cylinder is given by the formula: V = Ï€r2hIt is important to keep in mind that:If r is doubled then volume becomes four times....(1)Volume of the cylinder with radius of 2.5 units is equal to Ï€(2.5)2h and volume of the cylinder with radius of 5 units is equal to 4Ï€(2.5)2h. (By using the fact (1))So, it is clear that volume of the cylinder with greater radius is 4 times the volume of the cylinder with smaller radius.
Highest mountain above sea level is Everest. Earth mean radius is 720.852 times it's height. Tallest mountain from it's base is Kea. Earth's mean radius is 637.81 times greater that Kea's height from it's base.
Radius is 3 times as large so area is 3*3 = 9 times as large.