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Q: What is the difference between a circle to an oval?

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A circle has a constant radius whereas an oval does not.

No. An oval is a streched out circle. A circle is not a regular shape.

The name of a squashed circle is an oval

An elliptical oval (if that is what you meant) is a tautology. An oval and ellipse are the same thing - a "squashed" circle.

None. An oval is a "squashed" circle.

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A circle has a constant radius whereas an oval does not.

a circle is a circle so a oval is a oval

A circle is perfectly round and an ellipse is oval.

Oval consists of two arcs (pieces of circles) connected to each other so that there are no sharp edges. It resembles an egg. A circle is perfectly round.

An oval is used for an endpoint (Start/End/Return). A circle is used as a connector, for instance, if you get to a point where to want to run a subroutine, put a circle connector with a label (a letter, for instance). At the beginning of that subroutine, start it with the same lettered circle connector.

It is either a circle or an oval.

in geometry how is a circle different from an oval?

No. An oval is a streched out circle. A circle is not a regular shape.

oval

because of shape of the apple is not ferfect circle and the earth's shape is oval

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