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Q: How many feet go around a 16 ft circle?

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Diameter is 16. The radius is half its diameter

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33.5 cubic feet.

1.78 square feet

Assuming circle refers to area you probably wanted to say 16 square feet circle. Area (A); Radius (r); Circumference (C); pi = 3.141593 A = 16 = pi r2 = 3.141593 x r2 => r = 2.256758 C = 2 pi r = 2 x 3.141593 x 2.256758 = 14.179632 Assuming 16 is the radius: C = 2 x 16 x pi = 100. 530976 Assuming 16 is the diameter, its half of the above, 50.266

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Assuming 16 feet is the diameter, the formula for finding the circumference of a circle is C=πd. For example, 3.14 times 16 would give you 50.24 feet of circumference. If 16 feet is the radius, the formula is C=2πr.

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There are two ways to answer your question. If you mean the circle is 16 feet wide (diameter), then the square footage is 201.06 square feet. However, if you mean the circle is 16 feet around (circumference), the square footage will be 20.372 square feet.

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The circumference of a 16-foot circle is 50.24 feet.

There are: 16*pi square feet

Circle with a radius of 8 feet equals a circle with a diameter of 16 feet.

Diameter = 16 feet so radius = 8 feet Then area = pi*r2 = 201.1 sq ft.

It looks like you just need the circumference of the circle. The formula for the circumference of a circle is pi*diameter, or pi*2*radius (since diameter=2*radius). Thus, the answer will be:pi * 16 = 50.27 feet (approximately)

About 100.53 feet.

16 foot circle = 110.48 sq. feet