Half the square root of the square radius equals the circle radius.
Area of circle: 18pi Radius of circle: square root of 18 = 3 times square root of 2 Using Pythagoras' theorem each side of the square is 6 units in length
it is square root of the area divided by pi
Divide the 81 pi by pi, then square root it. (Use the formula for area of circle, which gives 81pi=pi*radius squared, but rearrange to find the radius). i.e. it's the square root of 81
divide the square feet by pi that gives you the radius squared find the square root and get the radius
Divide the area by pi then square root your answer which will give the radius of the circle and use 2*pi*radius to find the circumference.
Radius of circle is the square root of 154/pi = 7 units rounded
Radius is the square root of (area divided by pi).
find the square root of the numerator and the square root of the denominator
take off the circle at the bottom, and mold it into a square.
Divide the area by pi and then square root it this will give the radius of the circle.
you divide the area by pi. then, find the square root of the number you have. now you have the radius. find the circumference by multiplying by the diameter or by multiplying by two times the radius.
The diameter of the circle is equal to the diagonal of the square, or the (side of the square) times the (square root of 2).
(root of pi)*rYour mum you never had
The largest diameter you can inscribe in a circle is a square. The square's diagonal is equal to the diameter of the circle; the length of the side of the square is therefore equal to the circle's diameter, divided by the square root of 2.
Area of a circle equals pi r2 Therefore the radius of a circle equals the square root of (area divided by pi).
Well, since the circle is inside the square, the edges of the square define the limits of the circle. Since we have a square, the length of each side is the square root of 800ft. The radius of the circle is half the length of the sides. Therefore, the answer is half of (the square root of 800), which makes for an ugly radius value of "14.142135623730950488016887242097" ft
You take square roots from numbers, not from geometric figures.
Radius of circle: square root of (64/pi) = 4.5135166683 feet
The square root of a/b is equal to the square root of a divided by the square root of b. I hope this helps you.
To find the square root of a number you multiply that number by it self twice.(example) the square root of 9 ? the square root of nine is 81 as 9X9=81. square root of 4 ? th square root of is 16 as 4X4=16.
It means that if you take a circle and find its area, you must now find a square with the same area. We cannot square the circle.
We will walk through the definition of the square root of 63, find out whether the square root of 63 is rational or irrational, and see how to find the square root of 63 by the long division method. ... Square Root of 63.
The square root of 1225 is 35.