A circle that is 4 feet 6 inches in diameter has an area of: 15.904 square feet.
The answer will depend on whether the 6 feet refers to the radius or diameter of the circle and which length is being measured in lineal feet.
A circle with a radius of 6 feet has a circumference of 37.7 feet.
The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 6 feet is about 18.85 feet.
A circle with a diameter of 6 feet has an area of 28.27 square feet.
If you mean how many feet AROUND the circle, that is the circumference. Multiply the diameter (3 feet) by pi- 3.14. About 9.42 feet
The circumference of a circle = pi*diameter. 6 feet 3 inches = 6.25 feet, pi*6.25 = 19.63495408 feet or the circumference of the circle is nearly 20 feet.
It is 6*pi feet
If a circle has a circumference of six feet its diameter is 1.91 feet.
I will assume that you mean a circle whose diameter is 6 feet. A = pi x (R squared) Its radius is 6\2 = 3 feet. 3 squared = 9 feet. 9 feet times pi (3.14159) = 28.27 square feet.
As the diameter of a circle is twice the radius, a circle with a 6-foot radius would have a diameter of 6 x 2 or 12 feet.
28.3 sq feet, approx.
If the diameter of a circle is 12 feet then its radius is 12/2 equals 6 feet
6 pi feet
The area of a 6-foot diameter circle is about 28.274 square feet. A = pi r2 (r = 6/2 = 3) A = (3.1416)(32) = approximately 28.274
If 6 feet 6 inches is its diameter then its radius is 3 feet 3 inches
The circumference of a 6 foot diameter circle is: 18.8 feet. (C = d x Pi)
28.26 square feet.
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