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Q: Is a circle non-linear

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Relationship between radius and area of a circle is nonlinear. Area = pi * radius^2, so it is like a quadratic. If you graphed radius on the horizontal, and area on the vertical, it would be a parabola (actually a half of a parabola, since you cannot have a negative radius).

If you mean y = x2, then yes, it is nonlinear.

y=x2 and y=lnx are two examples of nonlinear equations.

Nonlinear scaling is a scaling where the difference between each major unit of measure is not the same. For example, see logarithmic scale.

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Relationship between radius and area of a circle is nonlinear. Area = pi * radius^2, so it is like a quadratic. If you graphed radius on the horizontal, and area on the vertical, it would be a parabola (actually a half of a parabola, since you cannot have a negative radius).

any graph that is not represented by a line,ie: parabola, hyperbola, circle, ellipse,etc

A scale that is nonlinear. ~

what is nonlinear?can anybody give me this answer.

no it is linear because in order to make a shape you have to use lines even with a circle buts its just one curved line... -Alize Mitchell

Nonlinear Oscillations - journal - was created in 1998.

an nonlinear equation can be y=3x m dose not equal 7

A nonlinear graph doesn't make a straight line.

If you mean y = x2, then yes, it is nonlinear.

y=x2 and y=lnx are two examples of nonlinear equations.

A Thousand Years of Nonlinear History was created in 1997.

Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics was created in 1994.