There is none
volume of a circle
It depends on what you want to find the volume of!
Yes, you can find the volume of an oval.
circle does not have volume
haha u cant find the volume of a circle, you can only find the volume of a 3-D shape
There is none because a circle has no volume but the area of a circle is pi*radius^2
You cannot find the volume of a circle; it is a 2-dimensional figure.
circumference is the perimeter of a circle. a circle is 2 dimensional. volume is 3 dimensional. you need to state what shape it is. I could guess that you are talking about a cylinder. the volume is pi.r2.h, if you find the radius from the volume, you can find the perimeter of the circle by 2.pi.r
The area of a circle is 'pi' multiplied by the square of the circle's radius.The volume of a circle is zero.The volume of a sphere is (4/3 pi) multiplied by the cube of the sphere's radius.
This question cannot be answered sensibly since a circle cannot have a volume.
You don't. Cubic feet is a measure of volume. Volume is a property of 3-dimensional objects. A circle is a two-dimensional object, it does not have a volume. You could find the cubic feet in a sphere, but not in a circle.
A circle has no volume. It is a planar figure and is flat, and it has no thickness. A circle does not have any thinkness just as a plane, the construct on which it is drawn, has no thickness.
A circle has neither mass not volume so its density is not defined.
Hemisphere volume = [(4 / 3) πr3] / 2
A semi-circle is a two dimensional figure so it can have area but NOT volume. To find the area of a semi-circle see the question below.