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Q: What is the same between a circle and a rectangle?

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No, it is not.

area of a circle = area of a rectangle(parallelogram) formed by the sectors of circle with pi as length and radius as bradth.

It is sort of between a rectangle and a circle.

circle and rectangle. circle for the top and a curled rectangle with length equal to the circumference of the circle for the side.

It depends on the relationship between the rectangle and the circles.

circles have no sides or angles

circle gol hota ha rectangle chakor pendu tainu aa wi ni pata

Area of circle = pi*212 = 1385.44236 square cm Area of rectangle = 1385.44236 square cm Lenght of rectangle = 1385.44236/18 = 76.96902 cm Perimeter of rectangle = 2(76.96902)+2(18) = 189.93804 cm

Yes! It can(: you draw the circle in the rectangle with its top and bottom touching the top and bottom sides of the rectangle

rectangle

The area of the circle is 50.265482457436691815402294132472 inches2. The area of the rectangle is 210 inches2. The rectangle is larger in area by 159.73451754256330818459770586753 inches2,

They are the same but a rectangle is longer wheras a square isn't.

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