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You can use the formula for the area of a circle to compare (i.e., divide) the areas.

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If there is 1circle, it would be 1circle when it is same size and it normally depends on what size the circle is. I hope it helped~ sorhdsiasia/vhdlsxmsiasia

I believe it's 19. No more than 24, for sure.

Depends on the size of the circles and the square.

48- 2 inch circles with fit in a 12x16 rectangle.

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The eccentricity of the circles in life are the amount of stuff can fit in such circle ;]

If there is 1circle, it would be 1circle when it is same size and it normally depends on what size the circle is. I hope it helped~ sorhdsiasia/vhdlsxmsiasia

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If you divide 600 mm by 37 mm, you will know how many circles you can place side-by-side. In other words, you would be comparing the diameters.If on the other hand you want to compare the area, you have to square the previous result.

I believe it's 19. No more than 24, for sure.

Depends on the size of the circles and the square.

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A circle that has a radius of 6.5 feet. Area = pi*radius2

48- 2 inch circles with fit in a 12x16 rectangle.

If you have 1 - 4" circle, and you have N number of .5" circles, let's work the problem out..5" = .5" (1) .5" = 1.0" (2).5" = 1.5" (3).5" = 2.0" (4).5" = 2.5" (5).5" = 3.0" (6).5" = 3.5" (7).5" = 4.0" (8)Therefore it would take 8 - .5" circles to fit into 1 - 4" circle.

The radius of the largest circle you can fit is 2.72cm