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Q: What is circumference in terms of pi?

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pi = circumference/diameter circumference = pi*diameter or 2*pi*radius

circumference in m= 5*pi

The circumference is 4pi

radius = circumference/(2*pi)area = pi*radius2So Area in terms of Circumference is A = pi [C/2pi]2or (circumference)2/4 pi

The circumference of a circle is 2 pi r, where r is the radius, or it is pi d, where d is the diameter.there is no circuference of pi. Circumference refers to the outer edges of circles

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pi = circumference/diameter circumference = pi*diameter or 2*pi*radius

circumference = 2*pi*100

circumference in m= 5*pi

Circumference in terms of PI = 17 PI Circumference with 3.14 = 53.58 Area in terms of PI is 72.25 Area with 3.14 is 226.86500

Pi times the diameter.

Circumference = 2*pi*r = 34*pi inches.

Circumference = 2*pi*radius = 26*pi inches

Circumference in terms of pi = 2pi yards Area in terms of pi = pi square yards

The circumference is 4pi

radius = circumference/(2*pi)area = pi*radius2So Area in terms of Circumference is A = pi [C/2pi]2or (circumference)2/4 pi

The circumference of a circle is 2 pi r, where r is the radius, or it is pi d, where d is the diameter.there is no circuference of pi. Circumference refers to the outer edges of circles

circumference = 84*pi

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