Q: What is the circumference of a circle with a diametre of 1.5m?

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Times the diametre by pi

Circumference = pi x diameter therefore - Diameter = Circumference/pi

d = 11.46 inches

The diameter (not diametre) of a circle is a segment of a straight line going from the circumference (or perimeter), through the centre of the circle, to meet the circumference on the other side. A diameter of a sphere is defined analogously.

Diametre x Pi (3.14) Thus: 3 x 3.14 = 9.42ft

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Times the diametre by pi

The circumference of a circle = pi*diametre = 2pi*radius

Circumference of a circle: 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi

The diameter is about 15m

Circumference = pi x diameter therefore - Diameter = Circumference/pi

4 times pi. That is about 12.57.

d = 11.46 inches

No. An arc is part of the circumference - the rounded bit.

The diameter (not diametre) of a circle is a segment of a straight line going from the circumference (or perimeter), through the centre of the circle, to meet the circumference on the other side. A diameter of a sphere is defined analogously.

diametre of circle

Diametre x Pi (3.14) Thus: 3 x 3.14 = 9.42ft

pi * diameter