Q: Square foot of circle with diameter of 65 foot?

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A diameter of 65 foot is 65 feet. Feet and foot are commonly interchangeable, but the meaning remains the same. So if I said I wanted a ten foot plank, I am also saying I want a plank of ten feet.

pi*65 which is just over 204 mm

Assuming you are talking about a circle, you simply multiply the diameter by pi. Keep the result (in this case) as 65pi to have it exact, or use an approximation of pi such as 3.1416, and do the multiplication, if you want an actual number.

The whole number closest to the square root of 65 is 8. The whole number closest to the square root of 65 is 8.

-8.0623 and +8.0623 (approx).

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A circle with a diameter of 65 yards has a circumference of 204.2 yards.

Area of the circle: pi*4.712 = 69.693 or about 70 square inches Price per square inch: 70*65 = 4550

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A circular shape with an area of 65 square feet has a diameter of 9.1 ft approx.

No.

204.2 millimetres.

65/2.54=25.59055118110236"

The answer depends on what the 65 mm refers to: the radius of the diameter. Please specify.

Circumference = 204.2 mm, approx.

A diameter of 65 foot is 65 feet. Feet and foot are commonly interchangeable, but the meaning remains the same. So if I said I wanted a ten foot plank, I am also saying I want a plank of ten feet.