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Q: What is the circumference of circle with a 36 square foot area?

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A 45-foot circumference circle has an area of: 161.1 square feet.

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

A 16-foot circle has an area of 201.06 square feet.

Area = pi * r2 Circumference = 2 * pi * r Pi = 3.141592 r = square root of Area/pi Cir then = 2 * pi * (square root of Area/pi)

Radius: 40/2pi = 6.366197724 Area: pi*6.366197724 squared = 127.324 square feet rounded

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A 45-foot circumference circle has an area of: 161.1 square feet.

A circle with a 60-foot circumference has an area of 286.48 square feet.

If you mean as in the area of a circle that has a circumference of 518.519 feet Then its radius is about 82.5 feet The area of the circle: pi*82.5^2 = 21,382 square feet rounded

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If the diameter is 58 feet then the area is 2,642 square feet. If the circumference is 58 feet then the area is 267.7 square feet.

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

If you mean the distance around the circle (circumference) is 14 feet, then the area is 15.6 ft2

A 13-foot circle has an area of 132.73 square feet.

A 16-foot circle has an area of 201.06 square feet.

Circumference of the circle in feet = 24*pi Area of the circle in square feet = pi*122

Area = pi * r2 Circumference = 2 * pi * r Pi = 3.141592 r = square root of Area/pi Cir then = 2 * pi * (square root of Area/pi)

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