Q: Square footage of a 16 foot diameter circle?

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132.7 square feet.

Area of a circle in square feet = pi*radius2

314.16 sq. ft.

Area of circle: pi*125 squared = 49,087 square feet rounded to the nearest whole number

The square foot area of a 41-foot diameter circle is: 1,320 square feet.

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379.94 square feet

132.7 square feet.

Area of a circle in square feet = pi*radius2

314.16 sq. ft.

Area of circle: pi*125 squared = 49,087 square feet rounded to the nearest whole number

28 foot diameter A = 3.14 x 142 = 615.44 sq ft

the sq. footage of the circle would be 3.14(radius squared). if the diameter is 200ft, then the radius is 100ft. So, 3.14(100x100)= 3.14(10,000)= 31,400 sq. feet

The square footage of a 24-foot circle is approximately 452.39 square feet. You can calculate this by using the formula for the area of a circle which is A = πr^2, where r is the radius of the circle (which in this case would be half of the diameter, so 12 feet).

The square foot area of a 41-foot diameter circle is: 1,320 square feet.

To find the Square Footage of a 6 foot circle (flat), we must use the equation for Circle Area:Circle Area = pi Ã— r2Since we know that Diameter = 6 feet we Therefore know that Radius = Diameter/2 = 3 feet = rSo, Since, the constant pi = 3.14159 (approximate), we now have all the numbers to put into our Circle Area equation:Square Footage of a 6 foot flat Circle = 3.14159 x 32= 3.14159 x (3 x 3)= 3.14159 x 9= 28.27431Therefore:The Square Footage of a 6 foot Flat Circle = 28.27431 Square Feet (Feet2)

That depends on what is meant by a 35 foot circle but the area of a circle is pi times radius squared

Area of a circle = pi R2.R = 1/2 of the diameter.Area = pi (39.5)2 = 4,901.67 square feet (rounded)