The Earth is 3.64 times larger than Moon's Circumference. (Earth's Circumference) 39,843 divide by (Moon's Circumference) 10,921=3.64
2 pi times greater-- roughly 6.28 times greater.
Given a diameter d, the circumference of a circle is Pi*d. Thus the circumference is Pi times larger than the diameter.
Two times larger.
Between 10 to 100 times the radius
The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.The answer will depend on whether you require the radius, diameter or circumference.
Infinity because the circumference of the circle is the same as the circumference of the sphere.
A wheel is in the shape of a circle. The formula for the circumference of a circle is 2πr where r is the radius. But, the diameter of a circle is twice the radius so this equation can be written, Circumference = πd where d is the diameter. The Circumference is therefore π times as big as the diameter, π = 3.142 or 22/7 approx.
3.14 or pi
Jupiter has a radius of 69,911km whereas Pluto has a radius of 1,153km. So Jupiter is about 60 times larger (60.634)
Circumference = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter Circumference = 36pi inches
Three times as large! But I'm not so sure though... google this question...
Their circumferences are in the same ratio as their diameters.
The largest planet in our Solar System is Jupiter. How much larger it is depends on what criterion you use to measure. Its diameter is about 11 times the diameter of Earth. Of course, that means that its radius and circumference are also 11 times as large as the radius and circumference of Earth, respectively. Its surface area is over 100 times larger than that of Earth (just square the diameter ratio), its volume is over a 1000 times larger (proportional to diameter cubed). Jupiter's mass is about 300 times as much as that of Earth. Many planets around other stars have several times the mass of Jupiter, but in many cases, not much is known about their diameter. However, it is expected that a planet that has, for example, 2-3 times the mass of Jupiter will NOT have a much larger diameter, since its stronger gravity will pull it together.
It is larger than the diameter by a factor of Pi (about 3.1416).
you have to quote the diameter or radius or circumference of the circle to calculate the area. If diameter 78.53. If radius 314.15. If circumference 7.95
2π radii=1 circumference *π=pi
With one rotation, the wheel advances one entire circumference.The circumference is radius times (2 x pi).To convert from centimeters to meters, divide by 100.Finally, just divide the total number of meters by the circumference (in meters), to get the number of turns.
It all depends on the dimensions of the orifices circumference of the bell, multiply the radius times 2 divided by pie times the speed of sound divided by 20 decibels equals.
Pi is the number you have to use to solve many circle equations. If you want to find the area of a circle, use radius squared times pi. For the circumference, use diameter times pi.
You should say if the 9 feet is a radius, diameter or circumference.....if radius then 254.47 feet
Yes, providing that they stem from the center of the circle to its circumference.
You need Pi to find the radius or circumference of a circle and there are many more uses!