The circumference of a circle is 11\piπ ft. Find its radius, in feet./The circumference of a circle is 11\piπ ft. The Answer Should Be 5.5
The circumference of a circle is pi times the diameter. If you want a third of that, divide by 3. (Pi is approximately 3.14) Then to get the perimeter add the diameter to the circumference of the 1/3 of the circle.
If its diameter is 43 ft then its circumference is pi*43 = 135.088 ft to 3 dp
You don't get circles that shape...
A circle with a diameter of three feet has a circumference of 9.4 feet.
circumference = pi*23 = 72.257 ft rounded to 3 decimal places.
6 pi ft.
circumference is the perimeter of a circle. a circle is 2 dimensional. volume is 3 dimensional. you need to state what shape it is. I could guess that you are talking about a cylinder. the volume is pi.r2.h, if you find the radius from the volume, you can find the perimeter of the circle by 2.pi.r
Diameter: 14.5/pi = 4.615 ft to 3 decimal places
The area doesn't tell you the shape or the perimeter. Even if you restrict it torectangles, there are an infinite number of those, all with different perimeters,that all have 42 ft squared of area.Here are a few of them. ALL of the areas are 42 ft squared.42 ft by 1 ft (perimeter = 86 ft)21 ft by 2 ft (perimeter = 46 ft)14 ft by 3 ft (perimeter = 34 ft)12 ft by 3ft6in (perimeter = 31 ft)7 ft by 6 ft (perimeter = 26 ft)If you're trying to make a square out of it, then the length of each side of the squareis sqrt(42), and the perimeter is 25.92 to the nearest hundredth.On the other hand, it could be a circle, and the perimeter (circumference) of the circleis 22.97 to the nearest hundredth.
The circumference of a circle if its radius is 3 is about 18.85
Circumference= pi*d = 3.14 (rounded)* 3 feet 3 inches 3.25 FT * PI = 10.2102 FT or just over 10 FT 2.5 INCHES