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Q: What is a three-dimensional circle?

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A sphere.

Distortion

its not real texture its one of the other two

Hey, With 2 axes its x and y with 3 its x,y and z Toby

a circle a circle a circle a circle

You draw a circle around a circle.

A quarter of a circle plus an eighth of a circle is what percent of a circle?

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The cord of a circle that contains the center of that circle is a diameter of that circle.

You do not. You see it stereoscopically, but the brain compares the images with experience and assumes threedimensional interpretations. This can be used to fool people with optical illusions. Forms that are possible in a twodimensional world, but does not have a representation in 3D that makes sense.

On average, the Antarctic Circle.

Concentric Circles?

Circle II Circle was created in 2001.

A quarter of a circle is 2/8 of a circle. Add to that an eighth (1/8) of a circle (not eight) and this equals 3/8 of a circle. This equates to 37.5 % of a circle.

How are the arctic circle and the Antarctic circle alike

it becomes a circle inside another circle

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If you draw a line from the center of a circle to the edge of a circle, you have drawn the radius of the circle. If you draw a line from the edge of a circle through the center of the circle and on to the edge on the opposite side, you have drawn the diameter of a circle. The radius of a circle is one half the diameter of a circle.

There is no such thing as the Afcica circle, nor an Africa circle. And as to antateitic circle, I have no clue what you are on.

The director circle of a circle with radius r is a concentric circle with radius r*sqrt(2).

There is no 180' circle that would be half a circle. A complete circle is 360 degrees A circle is 360º no matter what its size is.

The circumference of a circle is the distance arround the edge of the circle. The area of a circle is how big the inside of the circle is.

A polar circle is either the Arctic Circle or the Antarctic Circle.

A RADIUS connects the center of a circle to any point on the circle.