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Q: How many red circles are around the bullseye target?

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A Bullseye, culdesac, the store, Target's logo, a CD, tree rings, water ripples coming from a center point, and the rings of Saturn and Uranus, to name some.

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infinite.. you can have different sizes of circles crossing at the same point.. so it can literally be an infinite amount

A triangle has exactly one circumscribed circle.

There are many shapes: circles, ellipses, ovals (elongated circles), cardioids, any shape with a "hole" in it such as a annulus.Polygons will tessellate if combined with other suitable polygons.

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three 3 circles in the target logo. tres

Accuracy is coming close to a given point (hitting the bullseye of a target). Precision is coming close to a point consistently (hitting the same area of a target repeatedly). To be accurate and precise is to come to around a given point consistently (hitting the bullseye repeatedly). To be accurate but not precise is to hit the bullseye sometimes. To be precise but not accurate is to hit a point other than the bullseye many times (when aiming for the bullseye).

A Bullseye, culdesac, the store, Target's logo, a CD, tree rings, water ripples coming from a center point, and the rings of Saturn and Uranus, to name some.

im pretty sure its has 2 circles

Five

It varies from target to target (sport to sport). In darts, it's 50 points (which is not the highest score a single dart can get a thrower, by the way). In most shooting sports (bullets and arrows), it's 10 points. The ring around the center or bullseye is worth 25 points in darts, and is worth 9 points in those shooting sports.

The angles around circles add up to 360 degrees

There are five colors, each divided into two scoring zones, which adds up to ten circles; a representation of the FITA 60 cm target face is shown at the FITA website.

Over the years and around the world many different designs of archery target have been used. I'm sure some had red in the centre. However, today in target archery (e.g. as shot at the Olympics) the target face is standardised and the centre (which is never called the "Bullseye" by archers!) is yellow and is normally referred to as "Gold". An image of a target face can be found at http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d5/Archery_Target_80cm.svg. Other target faces do exist; the most noticeably different would be one used for field archery which is all black apart from the centre which is, again, gold.

as many as possible it can go on for enternity

around 1500

The very center of the bullseye is 50 points. The outer part is only 25.

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