Q: What is the circumference of a circle with a radius of 3.5 meters?

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A circle with a radius of 35 inches has a circumference of 219.91 inches.

Circumference of circle: 2*pi*35 = 220 m rounded to the nearest whole number

70/2pi ie 35/pi = 11.14 ft

Presumably you mean "radius"... 70 pi sq mm

Since you didn't provide a number, I'll make one up. A circle with a circumference of 35 m has a diameter of approximately 11 m.

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A circle with a radius of 35 inches has a circumference of 219.91 inches.

radius = 35/(2*pi) in cm

Circumference of circle: 2*pi*35 = 220 cm rounded to the nearest whole number

Circumference of circle: 2*pi*35 = 220 m rounded to the nearest whole number

It is 35/2pi = 5.57 yards, approx.

70/2pi ie 35/pi = 11.14 ft

Presumably you mean "radius"... 70 pi sq mm

A 35-cm diameter circle has a circumference of: 110 cm

The circumference of a circle that has a diameter of 35 inches is 109.96 inches.

The diameter of a circle when the circumference is 35 cm is: 11.14 cm (circumference divided by Pi = diameter).

Since you didn't provide a number, I'll make one up. A circle with a circumference of 35 m has a diameter of approximately 11 m.

(Note: for typing purposes, pi will be represented as n) The formula for circumference is 2nr. First we need to find 'r' which stands for radius (the straight distance from the centre of the circle to the edge). Since the radius is half of the diameter, the radius is 70/2=35 yds. Now we can put 35 yds into the formula: 2*n*35 = 219.91 yds (rounded to 2 decimal places).