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