Perimeter = pi*diameter so 200*pi = 628.32 metres.
It is:: 200 times pi = which is about 628.319 meters rounded to 3 decimal places
diameter = 220/pi meters
It will be the circumference which is pi*14 meters
If a jogger jogs around a circular track with a diameter of 275 meters in 14 minutes his average speed (pace) is 1.0285 meters per second.
Circumference = (diameter) x (pi)2 pi = 6.2832 meters (rounded)
Although "diameter" usually refers to circular objects, if we define it as "a straight line passing from side to side through the center of a figure," then the distance in this case would be 3 meters. It's more likely that you meant to ask about the perimeter, which is the distance around, which is 12 meters.
A.6.28The circumference (which is the distance around a circle) can be found by multiplying pi ( π = 3.14 ) by the diameter of the circle, so: 2 meters x 3.14 = 6.28 meters circumference
800 meters, or about .5 miles.
30 meters subtends 100 seconds of arc.I get a distance of 61,879 meters.