Q: What is a capacity of a circle?

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You draw a circle around a circle.

Its the distance from the center of the circle to the edge of the circle.

The cord of a circle that contains the center of that circle is a diameter of that circle.

it becomes a circle inside another circle

If you draw a line from the center of a circle to the edge of a circle, you have drawn the radius of the circle. If you draw a line from the edge of a circle through the center of the circle and on to the edge on the opposite side, you have drawn the diameter of a circle. The radius of a circle is one half the diameter of a circle.

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(pi * r2 * h ) / 3Or: one-third * height * area of the base circleNote: height is the perpendicular height (ie: an imaginary line from the centre of the base circle to the point at the top), not the length of the "side" (ie: from the edge of the circle to the tip)

pi (muliplied by)r squared multiplied by the height r is the radius of the circle (half the diameter) so basically: pi x r x r x height

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Because you might have to measure a cylider, such as the capacity of fluid oz's in a can of soda and maybe you have a room and it's shaped as a circle u might wanna find how much carpet u need...? sorry, im not sure if I'm helping! :( I covered area 3 years ago!!

You draw a circle around a circle.

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Its the distance from the center of the circle to the edge of the circle.

A quarter of a circle plus an eighth of a circle is what percent of a circle?

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A quarter of a circle is 2/8 of a circle. Add to that an eighth (1/8) of a circle (not eight) and this equals 3/8 of a circle. This equates to 37.5 % of a circle.