Q: When looking for the volume of a circle what does n stand for?

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that is pi.there isnt really a variable there it just looks like n

No, volume is V

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There is no sensible answer. A regular polygon with n sides has n lines of symmetry, and n can be increased without limit. However, as n approaches infinity, the polygon approaches a circle and a circle is not a polygon.

Brackets () Exponents a^n Multiplication a*n Division a/n Addition a+n Subtraction a-n

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that is pi.there isnt really a variable there it just looks like n

A circle does not have any angles but can be thought of the limiting value of an n-gon as n goes to infinity, "How many angels a circle has" seems to be a variation of a long-standing philosophical question of "how many angels can stand on the head of a pin?" and this question does not yet have a definitive answer.

No, volume is V

It could stand for N/A -non aplickable

*IT has 360' (Degrees) *1 side *?

In means you

Is stand for love n happyness

is what context? Chemisty, N is Nitrogen

N comes from National.

you could be looking at a Meteor MK IV and think it's an "N" this model was produced from 1973-1977. Or you could ask BSA directly at the link below.

There is no sensible answer. A regular polygon with n sides has n lines of symmetry, and n can be increased without limit. However, as n approaches infinity, the polygon approaches a circle and a circle is not a polygon.

i thinks its the ns