Q: Do the circles turn

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No matter how you turn a circle, it will always be in the same position, therefore circles have infinite amounts of lines of symmetry.

Yes. The circles can be of different size. These are called concentric circles.

concentric circles

A cylinder has two circles as its bases.

Tangent circles are circles that touch one another without crossing. The distance between the centres of the circles must be equal to the difference or the sum of their radii.

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No - now just get a life!

well what i know is that you turn in circles and you get slower and slower but what i do is i go around in small circles and put my toe forward and walk off!!!

because its bored and it wants some attention and love

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Into the slide. If the back end is going right, turn the wheel right. If you turn out of the slide you'll end up doing circles.

To turn it on you use the nobs and turn it to high, low, and medium one of the circles on the stove will turn red depending on the size of your pan depends which circle will be best for you pan

1,000,000,000,000,000 people, all u have to do is turn the sink on and flush the toilet turn the lights off and close the door and turn around in 10 circles.

Not as reckless as it is to go in a straight line until you hit the shore.