Q: What is the diameter of a 5 feet circle?

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If the circle is five feet across - that is the diameter.

The diameter will be: 15.5/pi = 5 feet rounded

Radius of circle: 10/2 = 5 feet

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If 8 feet is the diameter of a circle, the circumference is: about 25.13 feet.

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If the circle is five feet across - that is the diameter.

If the radius is 5 feet then the diameter is 10 feet

d = 5 feet.

The diameter will be: 15.5/pi = 5 feet rounded

Circumference of circle: 5*pi = 15.708 feet rounded to 3 decimal places

The circumference is pi times the diameter of the circle. Diameter is twice the radius, so the diameter is 10 feet. With pi approximately 3.14, the circumference (linear feet perimeter) is 31.4 feet.

The area of a circle is PI times the radius of the circle squared. The radius of a one foot diameter circle it 1/2 or .5 feet. .5 squared is .25 PI is 3.1416 3.1416 times .25 = .79 square feet So, there are about .8 square feet in a 1 foot diameter circle.

If the diameter is 5 feet then the radius is 2.5 feet. If the circumference is 5 feet then the radius is 0.79577 feet.

5 feet = 60 inches

If the circle is 5 feet around the circumference then there are 5 linear feet in the circumference. If you are asking what is the circumference of a circle with a 5 foot diameter then the answer is Pi x d

Radius of circle: 10/2 = 5 feet

5 TT Or 15.71