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The unit circle is a circle with its center at the origin and a radius of ' 1 '.

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Can the unit circle have a radius of 2 unit?

If the radius is two. it won't be a unit circle, a unit circle is defined as a circle with radius one.


How many units in a unit circle?

A unit circle is a circle with radius equal to one.


Who made the unit circle?

It is unknown who created the unit circle. Pythagoras did a lot of work related to the unit circle. In ancient times, Greek, Indian, and Arabian mathematicians used the unit circle.


Why is the unit circle called two pi?

A unit circle is not normally called 2 pi. Because the radius length measure of the unit circle is 1 unit, then the circumference of a unit circle is 2*pi, and its area is pi.


What is the unit circle?

The unit circle is a circle that can be used to find trigonometric functions. The equation of the unit circle is x^2 + y^2 = 1. So it is any circle with radius 1.


How do you memorize the unit circle?

There really isn't much to memorize. The unit circle is a circle with a radius of 1.


What kind of unit does a circle have?

A circle can have a unit of length which could be either a measure of its diameter or radius, or of its circumference. Or the circle could have the unit of area.


Why does the unit circle have its name?

A unit circle is one that has a radius of one. One = Unit, and hence the name.


What are the tangents of all coordinates in a unit circle?

WHAT ARE THE TANGENTS OF ALL COORDINATES IN THE UNIT CIRCLE?


What is the circumference of a unit circle?

Since the radius of the unit circle is 1, the circumference is 2 x pi.


Unit for measuring angles in a circle or sphere?

unit in earth science used for measuring angles in a circle or sphere?


What is a cube whose edges measure 1 unit?

A 'unit cube'. Just like a circle with radius 1 and center at (0,0) is a 'unit circle'.


What is the history of unit circle?

Here is a time-line that shows the history of the unit circle dating back to 250 B.C.


Find all the coordinates of the points on unit circle?

If x2 + y2 = 1, then the point (x,y) is a point on the unit circle.


What is the equation of a unit circle?

A unit circle is a circle of radius 1. If it's center is at the origin of an xy-coordinate system, then the equation is x (squared) + y (squared) = 1


What is a circumference of a unit circle?

2 pi


In a unit circle what quadrant is 7 in?

1


What is pi over 12 on a radian unit circle?

Pi over 12 on a radian unit circle is a little more than a quarter of the circle. Radian units are an alternative to degrees.


How can one calculate the area of a unit circle?

To calculate the area of a unit circle you should use the equation x2+y2=1. The unit circle equal area of 1. You can find out more information on the mathisfun website for deeper explanation.


What is the area of a 6 circle?

The area of a 6 unit circle is: 28.27 square units.


How is pi in relation to a circle?

Pi is related to the area and the circumference of the circle. The area is Pi multiplied by the radius of the circle squared and the circumference is Pi times the diameter of the circle. if you're wondering how it works, pi is the area of a circle with radius of 1 (unit), and the circumference of a circle with a radius of ½ (unit).


What is the difference between the unit circle and imaginary unit circle?

A unit circle is in the coordinate plane where both axes are measured in real numbers. The imaginary circle is in the complex plane in which one axis (horizontal) measures the real component of a complex number and the other axis measures the imaginary component.


What is the area of 10.25 circle?

A 10.25-unit diameter circle has an area of 82.516 square units.


What is the area of a circle of 1.4?

A 1.4-unit diameter circle has an area of 1.539 square units.


What numbers have the absolute value of 1?

All complex number that can be represented by the coordinates of points on the unit circle, that is, the circle with its centre at the origin and a radius of 1 unit.