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Q: What is pi times 5 equal?

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Pi X 5 = 15.7. Pi is equal to 3.14 then you multiply it by 5.

The area of a circle is equal to pi times the radius squared. So in your case it would be 5 squared, (25) times pi which is equal to ~78.5

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circumference=pi circumference=pi circumference=pi

Since the circumference is equal to the diameter times pi, you need to divide the circumference by pi in this case.

The circumference of a circle is equal to its diameter times pi. This is also equal to two times its radius times pi.

3.14 x 3.14 = 9.8596

The area of the plate is equal to pi times the square of the radius. Since the plate has a 10 inch diameter, the radius is 5 inches. Therefore, the area is equal to pi times 25, or about 78. 5 inches.

If you mean pi then: 50 times pi is about 157 to the nearest whole number

Because 2 times the radius is equal to the diameter of the circle

Not necessarily. i times pi is not a whole number, and yet e to the power of i times pi is equal to -1.

Circumference is 2 times pi times radius, so the circumference of this circle is 2 times pi times 5, or 10 times pi. If a decimal answer is needed, pi is approximately 3.14, so C=31.4

area of a circle is equal to pi times the square of its radius.. A=(pi)r^2

No, it is not.

no, the area of a circle equals pi times the radius squared or circumference times diameter over four.

785.398163397, or, in terms of pi: 250pi

Circumference is equal to 2 times pi (3.1416) times one half of the diameter (the radius). So, if the diameter is 2 cm, then the circumference would be the product of (2) times (3.1416) times (1), or 6.2832 cm. Circumference is equal to diameter times Pi. c = Pi * d diameter times pi

Approximately 50.26m, because circumference is equal to diameter times pi (or 3.1415). Or twice the radius times pi.

3.141592654 * 5 = 15.70796327

No.

40pi is equal to about 124.

98.596

Yes

Approximately yes. Circumference is equal to pi times the diameter of the circle, which is 3.14159 times the diameter.

Since the circumference of a circle is equal to its diameter times pi, the o.d. of a pipe is equal to its exterior circumference divided by pi.