To find the diameter of a circle, you will either need to know the area or its circumference. If you know the area: diameter = 2 x squareroot(area / Pi) If you know the circumference diameter = circumference / Pi
Area = 0.25*pi*d2
radius = diameter/2 area of a circle in square units = pi*radius2
Area of Circle = pi (radius)2 So , using this formula we can find the radius and also the diameter. Diameter = 2(radius)
well it is benificial to know the area of a shape because to find the circumference, radius, and diameter u must know the area of the shape well it is benificial to know the area of a shape because to find the circumference, radius, and diameter u must know the area of the shape
Yes, that's true. The surface area is (the square of the diameter) multiplied by (pi).
it is greater than becuase lhalf x is half off of x so x is greater
That depends on what you know. If you know the radius of the circle, double it to get the diameter. If you know the circumference of the circle, divide it by π to get the diameter. If you know the area of the circle, find its square root and divide the result by π to get the radius then multiply by 2 to get the diameter.
In order to find the diameter of a circle if you have the area is to rearrange the formula for the area of a circle to put diameter as the unknown, like so: PIE*d = Area of a Circle d = (Area of a Circle) / PIE Therefore if the area of your circle is 40cm, 40/PIE = 12.73cm and that's the diameter.
You can measure it. Otherwise, you certainly have to know SOMETHING about the circle to calculate the radius, usually the diameter, the circumference, or the area. If you don't know anything at all about a circle, you can't find out the radius, either.
It would be benifical to know the area of a shape because without it you cant find the diameter radius or circumference
There is no formula for a semicircle. There is a formula for the perimeter of a semicircle, a different formula for the area of a semicircle, and another one to generate a semicircle in the Cartesian plane. You must specify which of these you want a formula for. Also, there may be additional information that is required to put the formula in the context of the available information. For example, the formula for the area will differ depending on whether you know the length of the straight side or the semi-circular arc.