Q: How do you find the square feet of a circle with a radius of 10 feet?

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Area of any circle = pi times radius squared.

Half the square root of the square radius equals the circle radius.

Area in square feet = pi*radius squared

The same as half the side of the square, as the radius of the circle is half its diameter, and the diameter of the circle is equal to the side of the square.

It depends on the values you have. The base of a cylinder is a circle. If you know the circle's diameter, half it to find the radius. If you know the circle's circumference, divide by 2pi to find the radius. If you know the circle's area, divide by pi and take the square root to find the radius.

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divide the square feet by pi that gives you the radius squared find the square root and get the radius

Area of any circle = pi times radius squared.

Half the square root of the square radius equals the circle radius.

Area in square feet = pi*radius squared

The area is 9 feet. You find the square root of 81 which is 9. I want circumference, not area.

The same as half the side of the square, as the radius of the circle is half its diameter, and the diameter of the circle is equal to the side of the square.

The formula for square footage of a circle uses the constant pi (roughly a value of 3.14) in its calculation and the length of the radius of the circle. Area of a circle equals radius x radius (R squared) x 3.14 (pi). If we are given that information that the circle is 29 wide (diameter), we know enough to find the answer. Since radius (R) equals 1/2 of diameter, divide 29/2=14.5 14.5 x 14.5 x 3.14= 660.18 square feet in a circle 29 feet in diameter.

If yo have the area of the circle, the square is irrelevant. Radius = sqrt(Area/pi)

A square does not have a radius. A square, with sides of length x units, can have an inscribed circle. Such a circle would have a radius of x/2 units. Or the square could have a circumscribing circle. This would have a radius of x/sqrt(2) units.

To find the area of a circle inscribed in a square, you can use the formula for the area of a circle (πr^2) and the properties of a square (all sides equal). Since the diameter of the circle is equal to a side of the square, you can find the radius of the circle by halving the side length of the square. Then, plug the radius value into the area of a circle formula to find the area.

It depends on the values you have. The base of a cylinder is a circle. If you know the circle's diameter, half it to find the radius. If you know the circle's circumference, divide by 2pi to find the radius. If you know the circle's area, divide by pi and take the square root to find the radius.

The radius is 7 meters.