The answer depends on their relative size: is the circle inside the square, the square inside the circle or something else?
The is not stated that the circle inside the square was the greatest possible circle, so all one can say is 8pi at most.
The perimeter of a circle is the circumference. If you mean the circle is drawn around (and touches the 4 corners of) a square, and you know the perimeter of the square, you divide the square's perimeter by 4, do pythagorean's theorem on the 2 sides (legs) to find the hypotenuse, and that hypotenuse will be the diameter of the circle. You then multiply that diameter you get by pi to get the circumference.
No. The circumference of a circle is the length around the circle, much like the perimeter of a square.
The square because its perimeter is 16 inches while the circumference of the circle is 15.708 inches.
The answer depends on the relationship between the square and the circle. For example, is the circle inscribed in the square or the square in the circle or something else?
Do you mean perimeter?The sum of the lengths of the four sides of a square is the perimeterThe total length of the circumference of a circle is its perimeter
O = pi*D cm = 3,14 * 3,5 cm = 11 cm The circumference from the inside square is Li = 4*(Root from (2*(D/2)square))= 4*Root 2,47 =9,89 cm. The circumference from the outside square is Lo = 4* D = 14 cm.
Whether the square is inside or outside the circle,they can't have more than 4 common points.
Assuming the semicrcles make a circle that fits precisely inside the square, then the perimeter of the square is 4d, where d is the diameter of the circle (or semicircle) C Bad
Circumference refers to the distance around the outside of a circle. The distance around a square is its perimeter, which is the sum of the lengths of the four sides. Since all sides of a square are of the same length, the perimeter of a square is also four times the length of one side.
The circumference indicates the path and length around a circle, while a perimeter could be the edge (edge length) length of any regular or irregular shape, such as a square, rectangle, or triangle.
A circle with circumference 30 in has area = 302 ÷ (4π) ≈ 71.6 in2 < 100 in2 so a square of area 100 in2 cannot fit inside it.
An acre is an area itself, so a 'square acre' doesn't mean anything. The circumference or perimeter depends on the shape of the acre. The smallest value will be for a circle. For an acre which is a perfect square shape, each side equal, the perimeter is 278.3 yards or 834.9 feet
For any perimeter, the rectangle with the greatest area is a square.For a 16-inch perimeter, the greatest rectangular area is 16 square inches,inside a square with 4-inch sides.But if you don't necessarily need straight sides, then you can squeeze more areainside the same perimeter with a circle. A circle with a 16-inch circumference has anarea of 20.372 square inches.
Any value greater than 224.2 feet. A circle with a circumference of 224.2 ft (approx) has an area of 4000 square feet. By strectching the circle along one axis and making it narrower along another (making the circle into an ellipse), its perimeter can be increased without changing its area. There is no upper limit to the perimeter.
For a given area a circle has least perimeter. eg Let area = 100 sq cms. For the square or rectangle the perimeter = 40 cms For the circle the radius is square root of 100/3.1416 = 5.64 and the circumference = 2 x radius x 3.1416 = 35.44 cms
5 acres = 24,200 sq yards. If this is a circle, d = 175.5 yards, and circumference = 551.5 yards. Any other shape will have larger perimeter. If it is a square for instance, side of square will be 155.56 yards so perimeter will be four times this = 622.25 yards.
The area doesn't tell you the perimeter.-- If the square mile is inside a circle, then the perimeter (circumference) is 3.545 miles.-- If the square mile is inside a square, then the perimeter is 4.000 miles.-- If the square mile is inside rectangle that's 2 miles long and 1/2 mile wide,then the perimeter is 5.000 miles.-- If the square mile is inside a rectangle that's 10 miles long and 0.1 mile wide,then the perimeter is 20.2 miles...etc.The area doesn't tell you the perimeter.
A circle with a circumference of 6 miles contains: 1,833.56 acres.
Yes because the diameter of the circle is less than the sides of the square.
It is not. If you draw yourself a square then inscribe a circle with a radius of half the length of a side of the square, the circle will fit inside the square but the corners of the square will be outside the circle. Thus by inspection the area of the square is larger than the area of the circle.
Beautiful problem !The circle has more area.If you have a circle and a square, with the circumference of the circle equal tothe perimeter of the square, then the area of the circle is always(4/pi) = 1.27324times as much as the area of the square.If you have some length of fence in your warehouse, the most land you canenclose with it is to set it up in a circle.
Measure the distance from top left corner of square (or top right) to the bottom right corner of square( or bottom left) to get the diameter of the circle. Then calculate the circumference from that figure.
None normally unless its vertices touches the circumference inside circle.