Area = (Circumference)2/(4*pi)
area = π x radius2 ⇒ radius = √(area ÷ π) circumference = 2π x radius ⇒ circumference = 2π x √(area ÷ π) ⇒ circumference = √(4π2 x area ÷ π) ⇒ circumference = √(4π x area) So knowing the area, the circumference can be calculated by taking the square root of the area multiplied by 4 times π Example: What is the circumference of a circle with area 78.54cm2 Circumference = √(4π x area) = √(4π x 78.54cm2) ~= 31.42cm
Area = circumference squared... You do circumference divided by 4,... and then divide that by Pi.
Circumference = 2Ï€r so r = circumference/2Ï€ Then area = Ï€r2
The area of a circle with a circumference of 9.42 is about 7.06.
circumference doesn't matter when solving for area..
You dived the area by the circumference of the circle.
Circumference isn't squared OR cubed. However, Surface Area is squared and so is Area. So Circumference is just Circumference :)
Area = (Circumference squared)/4 pi Circumference = 2 sqrt(Area times pi)
the circumference and area of a circle with a diameter of elleven feet are as follow. circumference:34.54 area:94.985
Circumference = 48.262