Q: If a circle has a radius of 4.5 inches what is the length of 1 degree of it's circumference?

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Divide the arc's degree measure by 360°, then multiply by the circumference of the circle.

The circumference is the length around the outside of the circle. The circumference is equal to 2pieR (2xPiexRadius)

It is the circle's circumference

No. The circumference of a circle is the length around the circle, much like the perimeter of a square.

Circumference is length. Its the length of the edge of a circle. So i don't think length x circumference is a formula hope this helps K

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If the circle is 11 inch in diameter, then the length of the circle is 69.1 inches, however if the 11 inches is the circumference, then the length is 11 inches.

Seven inches.

The approximate radius is five (5) inches.

The total circumference is (arc length) times (360) divided by (the angle degrees)

-- Circumference of the circle = (pi) x (radius) -- length of the intercepted arc/circumference = degree measure of the central angle/360 degrees

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75.37 c=(AL)(360) devided by (angle degree)

The angle measure is: 90.01 degrees

100/360 of the circumference of the circle = 10*pi inches

The circumference of a circle is the length or distance around the outside of the circle.

circumrenceThe length around a circle is called the circumference

Divide the arc's degree measure by 360°, then multiply by the circumference of the circle.