A circle that is ten feet in diameter has a circumference of (approximately) 31.4 feet.
The circumference of a circle if the diameter is 10 feet long is: Pi x 10 (about 31.416).
The area of a sector of a circle that has a diameter of ten inches if the length of the arc is ten inches is: 25 square units.
The area is 78.5 square inches.
The area is 78.5398 sqare centimeters.
Five feet (r = d/2).
Circumference=Diameter*pi so plug in 10 = Diameter * pi and solve. I hope you can do this by your self from here
The formula for the volume of a cylinder is the area of the base times the height. The base is a circle, with area = pi * radius² = 16pi feet². Multiply that by the height of 10 feet and the answer is 160pi feet³.
5 because the radius is half of the diameter
The circumference of a circle is pi x diameter, where pi equals approximately 3.14. Therefore, the inner circumference of a brick circle with an inside diameter of 10.5 feet is 32.99 feet. As a result, 33 one foot bricks would create a circle with a diameter slightly larger than 10.5 feet, without any gaps between the bricks.