A circle with a radius of 10 cm has a circumference of 62.83 cm.
If your radius is 10cm the circumference is: 62.8 cm
A circle of radius 10cm has a circumference of 2πr cm = 2π x 10 = 62.83 cmIf the diameter equalled 10cm then the radius equalled 5 cm and the circumference of this circle = 2π x 5 = 31.42 cm
Take "pi" times the diameter of the circle. Pi = 3.14159 (ALWAYS) If circle has a diameter of 10cm, circumference 31.41cm If circle has a radius of 2inches, the circumference is 12.57 inches. (radius = 2, diameter = 4)
Circumference of circle: 2*pi*10 = 62.832 cm rounded to 3 decimal places
Do note that the perimeter/circumference of a circle can be found using this formula: πD or 2πr. Hence, with the information given that the circle has a radius of 5cm, the circumference of the circle is: Formula = πD Diameter = Radius x 2 = 5cm x 2 = 10cm π = 3.14 (depending on what the question states π to be) Circumference of the circle = 3.14 x 10cm = 314cm
The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 10cm is: 31.42 cm (C = d x Pi)
The radius of a circle is circumference/2 pi .
The circumference of a 10cm circle is: 31.42cm (C = d x Pi).
The radius of a circle, if the circumference is 188.5, is 30.
The radius of a circle with the circumference of 19.96 is about 3.18
A circle with a radius of 3.1cm has a circumference of 19.48cm