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Q: What is the inside of a circle called?

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It is called the "Pentacle". This symbol is heavenly. It is a star with the star pointed up, inside a circle. On the other hand there is the "Pentagram". This Symbol is Demonic. It is a star that has it's point facing down and is inside a circle.

A circular region or a disk.

This is called posting. When you are trotting your horse in a circle and posting to the trot you should be rising out of the saddle when your horses "inside" (meaning the foot that is inside the circle) front foot is behind and sitting when the foot is ahead. This is called the correct diagonal.

That is simply called its area.

Circumference is the outside of the circle and the inside is the are of the circle. And inside of the circle, there is diameter and radius. Radius is from the center point to the edge of the circle and diameter is all the way across.

It is its square area which is found by pi*radius squared

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The longest measurement inside a circle is its diameter.

The longest measurement inside a circle is its diameter.

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it becomes a circle inside another circle

Only Antarctica reaches inside the antarctic circle.

The answer depends on their relative size: is the circle inside the square, the square inside the circle or something else?

To find the area of the circle pi*radius*squared and subtract the area of the figure inside

It's an upside down equilateral triangle inside a circle. It is called "scorpion flower"

A circle *encloses* an area, and the "area of a circle" is the area it encloses, πr^2. A circle is a 1-dimensional curved line; it is a set of points equidistant from a given point (the center), with that distance being the radius of the circle. This means the inside of the circle is not part of the circle (it's called a disk if you include the inside points).To find the area, multiply pi (π) by the radius squared (r^2), so you get πr^2.Yes, it does.

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This is called the crease, only the goalie is allowed inside. Or a player Can jump in but he can't touch the ground before he scores