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there is no constant that will calculate this, since circumference is calculated with only radius and area with radius squared.

you will have to calculate the radius using the initial circumference and then the radius again for the new circumference (with the 50 added). then calculate an area for each radius..then you can see the increase.

you will have to calculate the radius using the initial circumference and then the radius again for the new circumference (with the 50 added). then calculate an area for each radius..then you can see the increase.

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The circumference is directly proportional to the radius. So increasing the radius by 50% causes the circumference to also increase by 50%.

If the diameter is 50 inch, then the area circumference would be about 157. C=d(pi) 50*3.14=157

A circle with a radius of 50 units has a circumference of 314.16 units.

The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 50 feet is about 157.1 feet. (diameter x Pi = circumference).

Circumference of the circle in feet = 50*pi

diameter = 50/pi

Circumference of a circle = pi*diameter Circumference = 50.26548246 or 50 to the nearest inch

The circumference of circle with a diameter of 16 inches is: 50.27 inches.

50/PI = 15.92cm

The radius is 7.96

Circumference = pi*d = 50*pi cm = 157.1 cm

Circumference of any circle = 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi

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