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Q: How many quarter circles equal a whole circle?

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Area of whole circle = pi*r2 = 64*pi Area of Sector = Area of Whole Circle * Angle of Sector/Angle of Whole Circle = Area of Whole Circle * 120/360 = Area of Whole Circle / 3 = 64*pi/3 = 67.0 to the nearest tenth.

No,Circumference is like the perimiter and Area is the whole circle.

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What Tells How Many Equal Parts There Are In The Whole? Well, I think the answer is... Denominator!!!!!!

No. Assuming the measure of the arc is in some units of length along the curve, you have to divide the result by the circumference of the circle. Basically, you need to multiply the area of the whole circle by the fraction of the whole circle that the sector accounts for.

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Draw three whole circles and then draw a circle from which a quarter segment is cut out.

Probably 4, but the question is somewhat garbled because of the way the language is used.

1 quarter is equal to 25% or 0.25. 2 quarters are 50% or 0.50. So, two quarters is 0.50 or half of a whole circle. Hope that helped =)

Half circle plus quarter circle is equal to three-fourths of a circle. Three-fourths of a circle plus one eighth of a circle is seven-eighths. You still need one more eighth to complete the circle.

The reason they call the equator the great circle is because circles the whole earth in the middle.becase its the only line that runs in the centre of the earth and goes right arround . {nickstar}

A whole circle.

Four quarters is a whole. That's what the word "quarter" means.

A whole note.

Yes it is. Pie = 3.14 or a half circle is 180 degree's where as a full circle is 360 degrees. I fly small aircraft an we always make incomplete circles, it used everyday in the world with engineers and mathematicians. Each quarter circle is 90 degrees, multiplied by 4 equals 360 degrees which is a whole circle. Hope this helped you. John U.

We know that the circumference of a circle is equal to the diameter times pi- or 3.14. With a quarter circle, we know the Radius- distance from the center point to the edge. Double that, and you have the diameter of a whole circle. Multiply that by pi, and you have the circumference of the whole circle- but since you have a quarter circle, divide that by 4. A 3 ft quarter- times 2= 6. 6x3.14= 18.84. divide THAT by 4=4.71. NOW add in the original radius for each of the two STRAIGHT sides- that is 3 x 2, or 6, PLUS the length of the curved part- 4.71, and you have 10.71 ft. So you have the length of the two straight sides, and the curving 3rd side combined.

Circles are a never ending object. They have no starting and no ending point. They have a center point and from the center to the edge of the circle is the same distance around the whole object.