Q: A garden roller has a diameter of 56cm and 70cm wide it is pushed that it revolves 20 times what distance has it traveled?

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pi x diameter = 3.14 x 10 = 31.4 feet

The circumference of the garden equals Pi (3.142) times diameter, therefore the circumference is 3.142 multiplied by 77 yards, which is equal to 241.93 yards. The answer is 3.142 X 77 = 241.93 yards.

The area is 63.6 square metres, approx.

If you want to find the size of your circular garden you will need a scientific calculator to do some sums. here are the methods.The area of the garden is equal to Pi times the square of the radius. To find the radius, measure from the edge of the circle to it's middle point, cutting a slice of cake.The circumference of the garden (the length of it's outer edge) is equal to Pi times it's diameter. To find the diameter, measure the length from one side to the other, cutting through the center point.

I want to put a fence around my garden. My garden is 20' x 50'. In order to buy the correct amount of fencing, I would need to be able to find the perimeter (distance around) my garden.

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Perimeter or circumference = 15*pi = 47.1238898 or rounded to 47.124 meters

C=pi*diameter 113.04=3.141592654*d d=113.04/3.141592654 d=35.98

200.96 square feet.

The diameter is twice the length of radius, so it is 28 feet.

pi x diameter = 3.14 x 10 = 31.4 feet

The circumference of the garden equals Pi (3.142) times diameter, therefore the circumference is 3.142 multiplied by 77 yards, which is equal to 241.93 yards. The answer is 3.142 X 77 = 241.93 yards.

The area is 63.6 square metres, approx.

No, Darcy's mom does not die in the book "Garden of Angels." The story revolves around a different plot and characters, not focusing on the death of Darcy's mother.

what is the distance from Durban to Colesberg

Circumference = pi x diameter = 3.1415 x 12 = 37.698 feet

The driving distance is 40.2 miles.

Le Jardin des plantes (Botanical garden) in Paris. Rousseau never traveled to exotic countries.