Q: What is the area if the circumference is 50cm?

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Diameter = circumference / PI = 50cm/3.1415 = 15.92cm

circumference = 2pi50 = 314.159 cm to 3 decimal places

firstly, 1 metre is 2 sets of 50cm 2m=4 sets of 50cm 3m=6 sets of 50cm 4m=8 sets of 50cm 5m=10 sets of 50cm 6m=12 sets of 50cm 7m=14 sets of 50cm 8m=16 sets of 50cm 9m=18 sets of 50cm 10m=20 sets of 50cm 11m=22 sets of 50cm 12m=24 sets of 50cm 13m=26 sets of 50cm 14m=28 sets of 50cm 15m=30 sets of 50cm 16m=32 sets of 50cm 17m=34 sets of 50cm 18m=36 sets of 50cm 19m=38 sets of 50cm 20m=40 sets of 50cm 21m=42 sets of 50cm 22m=44 sets of 50cm 23m=46 sets of 50cm 24m=48 sets of 50cm 25m=50 sets of 50cm 26m=52 sets of 50cm 27m=54 sets of 50cm 28m=56 sets of 50cm 29m=58 sets of 50cm 30m=60 sets of 50cm if the measurements are 8 by 30 metres, this means that the area is covered by 16 times 60 amount of tiles which is the amount of 960 tiles altogether Source: A successful Graduate of Cambridge University

16.8m x 50cm = 16.8m x 0.5m = 16.8 x 0.5 square metres = 8.4 sq metres.

28.26=area 18.84=circumference

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Diameter = circumference / PI = 50cm/3.1415 = 15.92cm

a circle with an area of 50cm has an area of 50cm... why did you even ask this question

circumference = 2pi50 = 314.159 cm to 3 decimal places

50cm = 0.5 meters 500 divided by 0.5 = 1000 1000 turns

Area = 1443.376 cm2

Diameter of circle: 50/pi = 16 cm rounded to the nearest whole number

firstly, 1 metre is 2 sets of 50cm 2m=4 sets of 50cm 3m=6 sets of 50cm 4m=8 sets of 50cm 5m=10 sets of 50cm 6m=12 sets of 50cm 7m=14 sets of 50cm 8m=16 sets of 50cm 9m=18 sets of 50cm 10m=20 sets of 50cm 11m=22 sets of 50cm 12m=24 sets of 50cm 13m=26 sets of 50cm 14m=28 sets of 50cm 15m=30 sets of 50cm 16m=32 sets of 50cm 17m=34 sets of 50cm 18m=36 sets of 50cm 19m=38 sets of 50cm 20m=40 sets of 50cm 21m=42 sets of 50cm 22m=44 sets of 50cm 23m=46 sets of 50cm 24m=48 sets of 50cm 25m=50 sets of 50cm 26m=52 sets of 50cm 27m=54 sets of 50cm 28m=56 sets of 50cm 29m=58 sets of 50cm 30m=60 sets of 50cm if the measurements are 8 by 30 metres, this means that the area is covered by 16 times 60 amount of tiles which is the amount of 960 tiles altogether Source: A successful Graduate of Cambridge University

50cm added to 50cm = 100

area = π x radius2 ⇒ radius = √(area ÷ π) circumference = 2π x radius ⇒ circumference = 2π x √(area ÷ π) ⇒ circumference = √(4π2 x area ÷ π) ⇒ circumference = √(4π x area) So knowing the area, the circumference can be calculated by taking the square root of the area multiplied by 4 times π Example: What is the circumference of a circle with area 78.54cm2 Circumference = √(4π x area) = √(4π x 78.54cm2) ~= 31.42cm

Area = circumference squared... You do circumference divided by 4,... and then divide that by Pi.

Area = (Circumference)2/(4*pi)

16.8m x 50cm = 16.8m x 0.5m = 16.8 x 0.5 square metres = 8.4 sq metres.