If its diameter is 10 inches then its circumference is: diameter*pi If its radius is 10 inches then its circumference is: 2*pi*10
Circumference is 2 times pi times radius, so the circumference of this circle is 2 times pi times 5, or 10 times pi. If a decimal answer is needed, pi is approximately 3.14, so C=31.4
circumference of the circle = 2*pi*10 = 20pi units of measurement length of arc = (120/360)*20pi = 20.944 units (rounded to 3 decimal places)
The formula for the area (A) of a circle is A = πr2. If the area is 100π then 100π = πr2 : 100 = r2 : r = √100 = 10. The radius is of length 10 units.
If the circumference of a circle is 10 inches, the diameter is: about 3.183 inches. (circumference divided by Pi = diameter)
The radius of this circle is 10 units.
The circumference of a circle with a radius of 10 inches is about 62.83 inches.
A circle with a radius of 10 m has a circumference of 62.83 m.
radius = 20pi/2pi = 10 units area = pi*102 = 100pi square units
Divide the circumference of 62.8 by 2*pi to find the radius which is about 10 units Area of the circle: pi*10*10 = 100*pi square units
circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter
A circle with a radius of 10 cm has a circumference of 62.83 cm.
A circle with a radius of 10 inches has a circumference of 62.8 inches.
The circumference is 62.8318531 inches.
If the circumference of a circle is 10 feet the radius is: about 1.592 feet. For this type of calculation, divide the circumference by Pi (about 3.1416). This gives you the diameter. Next, divide the diameter by two to get the radius.
C = 62.8