Q: What makes round holes in the ground about an 2 inches in diameter?

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It would be exactly 4/Pi inches. This makes it approximately 1 1/4 inches.

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If Mark makes a circle, that circle would have a circumference of 12 inches. The formula for circumference is pi times diameter, so the circumference divided by pi will give you the diameter of 3.82 inches. Divide this by 2 to get the radius of 1.91 inches. Area of a circle is pi times the radius squared. 1.91 squared is 3.6481. Multiply this by pi to get 11.46 square inches of area inside the circle. A circle is always the most efficient use of space possible given a fixed perimeter. If Mark makes a square with equal sides where all sides are 3 inches, the area would be 9 square inches. 3 X 3 = 9

A millimetre is a unit of measurement of length. A diameter is not. The question, therefore, makes no sense.

there are 36 inches in a yard.

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a gopher or a mole

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Ground-dwelling insects like cicadas, mole crickets, or ground beetles are known to make small holes in the ground. These holes can be part of their burrowing activities or for laying eggs.

It would be exactly 4/Pi inches. This makes it approximately 1 1/4 inches.

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It hides under rocks but it makes burrows in the ground or hides in the holes of trees.

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people and if your lucky a very skilled animal (ground hog, squirrels, ext)

The equatorial diameter of Jupiter is 22.418 earths. The equatorial diameter of earth is 12,756.2 miles. So the equatorial diameter of Jupiter is 22.418 X 12,756.2 miles. This makes the diameter of Jupiter about 285,968.4916 miles. Divide this by 8000 and you get about 35.75 inches.

If the rim doesn't slip on the ground, then the distance for each revolution is (diameter x pi).2.5 x pi = 7.854 (rounded)

well there are many if you think about it. rabbits, badgers, moles things like that. if you have ever seen loony tunes then you will see that bugs bunny come up from a round hole in the ground, and yes they do make the holes themselves, they dig them with their front paws. hope i helped!