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Calculations when converted to SI system of units.

10 feet = 3.048 meters

Formula is S=Pi*R^2

Pi~= 3.14

Ambiguous - ten feet is diameter, radius or length of a circle?

if it's 10 feet radius, then

S=3.14*3.048^2=29.1715546 sq meters or 314 square feet

Assuming it is diameter, radius is would be half of it - 5 feet or 1.524 meter.

S=3.14*1.524^2=7.29288864 sq meters or 78.5 square feet

If it is the length of circle, the formula to get the radius is

r=c/2Pi=3.048/(2*3.14)=0.485350318 meters or 1.59235669 feet

Area then is

S=3.14*0.485350318^2=0.739673884 sq meters or 7.96178342 sq feet

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How many sq. Ft. Is in a 33 ft.diameter circle

If the circle is 20 ft radius, the area is π·20² = 1256.637 ft² If the circle is 20 ft diameter, the area is π·(20/2)² = 314.1593 ft² If the circle is 20 ft circumference, the are is π·(20/2π)² = 63.66198 ft²

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1 ft = 0.3048 m thus 10 ft = 3.048 m

Approx 314.16 square feet.

A 45-foot circumference circle has an area of: 161.1 square feet.

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