ratio between diameter and circumference
circumference = pi x diameter; diameter = circumference/pi = 8/pipi is approximately 3.14You do the math if you want an approximation(There is no rational answer to this question, only approximations.)
the circumference of any circle is 2PIr or two times PI(3.14) times the radius (in this case, 16). do the math.
Pi is important to the study of math because is can be used in many ways. For example, you can use it to find the circumference of a circle and the volume of a sphere. I am not really sure how people calculated that pi works for that, but it plays a big part in our math history.
A mathematical arc is any segment of the circumference of a circle. It is normally expressed in degrees, referring to the angle between the two lines drawn from either end of the arc to the center of the circle. Therefore, a 900 arc is 1/4 of the circle's circumference and a 1800 arc is half the circumference.
A c in math stands for Circumference. Circumference is the distance around a circle.
The perimeter of a circle is its circumference.
the formula is: circumference= p*diameter
Circumference is like the perimeter of a circle.
The circumference of the planets in inches is the circumference of the planets in kilometers multiplied by 39,370.0787. Do the math yourself.
Today in our math class, we had to find the circumference of a circle.
The circumference is equal to pi ( 3.14167... ) times the diameter. You do the math.
It is: circumference/diameter = pi
ok one what grade are in because the circumference is the area around a circle
it means it comes in shapes