Divide the arc's degree measure by 360°, then multiply by the circumference of the circle.
If you are given a chord length of a circle, unless you are given more information about the chord, you can not determine what the radius of the circle will be. This is because the chord length in a circle can vary from a length of (essentially) 0, up to a length of double the radius (the diameter). The best you can say about the radius if given the chord length, is that the length of the radius is at least as long has half half the chord length.
The best estimate is the true value.512 = 2^9 = 2^7*2^2 = 128*4Then 512*25 = (128*4)*25 = 128*(4*25) = 128*100 = 12800.
None, since 57 is NOT an irrational number.
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The best estimate for the circumference of a circle that has a diameter of 6 is 18.9
The circumference of a circle with a radius r is P=2*pi*r so: r=P/(2*pi)=25.12/(2*pi)=3.9979721704684108345143601359176~4 cm
It is very close to 7 cm. Circumference = pi (2r) c = 6.2832 r = 44 44/6.2832 = 7.003
The 'best' estimate of the area of a circle with a radius of 7.62 meters is: 182.414692 m2
Use Circumference = 2 x radius x Pi Pi is 3.14159 appx. Therefore the circumference of your circle is 2 X 15 X 3.14159 inches or 94.25 inches or 7 feet 10 and 1 quarter inches
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The circumference of a circle that has a diameter of 6.75 feet is about 21.2 feet.
The radius of a circle is halve the circle's diameter.
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