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Q: What is the measure of the central angle of each sector if you divide a circle into five equal sectors?

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That depends what part of the circle the 22 units is the measure of - if this is the perimeter, divide it by pi to get the diameter.

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a)Draw a line thru the center intersecting 2 points on either sides of the circle b)Using radius of the same circle, draw 2 arcs in both intersecting points. Along with the straight line, this will cut out 4 sectors, with the rest of the circle sum to get for the 5th portion.

It will result to the circle's radius.

If you have a circle ... any circle ... and you measure its circumference, measure its diameter, and divide the circumference by the diameter, the answer is always the same number, which people have decided to label with the name "pi". "Pi" is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, but "pi" is not a rational number, since it's not the ratio of any two integers.

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A circular sector is formed by two radii and an arc. And the angle formed due to the two radii is central angle(Î˜). Area of a sector = (Î˜/360) Ï€r2.If we divide a circle into seven sectors having equal central angles then the circle is divided into seven equal parts.Angle of the whole circle is 360o. So we should divide the whole angle into 7 equal parts each measuring 360o/7 and then forming the corresponding sectors.

Just divide the circle into 4 equal sectors

You measure it. If you know the radius (of a circle), you multiply it by 2 to get the diameter. If you know the circumference of a circle, you divide by pi to get the diameter.You measure it. If you know the radius (of a circle), you multiply it by 2 to get the diameter. If you know the circumference of a circle, you divide by pi to get the diameter.You measure it. If you know the radius (of a circle), you multiply it by 2 to get the diameter. If you know the circumference of a circle, you divide by pi to get the diameter.You measure it. If you know the radius (of a circle), you multiply it by 2 to get the diameter. If you know the circumference of a circle, you divide by pi to get the diameter.

Measure the width of the circle and multiply X 3.14 or PII and divide by 12

Use a ruler and measure the middle of the circle and divide in half.

measure the length of the circle and divide it by 6

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Use the information you have to find it. -- divide the length of the arc by the total circumference of the circle, or -- divide the central angle of the arc by 360 degrees (a full circle)

to find the area of a semi circle measure the length of the straight edge, divide by 2, square it and multiply by pi. This will give you the area of the circle. To get the area of the semi-circle divide your answer by 2

divide the arcs degree measure by 360, then multiply by the cicumfrence of the circle.

Divide the arc's degree measure by 360°, then multiply by the circumference of the circle.

That depends what part of the circle the 22 units is the measure of - if this is the perimeter, divide it by pi to get the diameter.

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