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Q: What is the radius of a 5 foot circle?

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5ft * Pi = Approximately 15.7ft

The circumference of circle with 2 foot radius is: about 12.57 feet. (c = r x 2 x Pi)

A circle with a radius of 5 units has an area of 78.54 square units.

The radius of the circle is the length between the middle of the circle and any of the sides. It is also half the lenght of the diameter.

A circle with a radius of 5 units has a circumference of 31.42 units.

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5ft * Pi = Approximately 15.7ft

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A=3.14x5x5=78.5 sq. ft.

Area of a circle = pi*radius squared

Area of circle: pi*5^2 = 25*pi square feet

The circumference of a circle of radius 5 is about 31.42

1.5'

the circemference would ge 2 and a half feet

The area of a circle is PI times the radius of the circle squared. The radius of a one foot diameter circle it 1/2 or .5 feet. .5 squared is .25 PI is 3.1416 3.1416 times .25 = .79 square feet So, there are about .8 square feet in a 1 foot diameter circle.

Area of a circle = pi times radius squared

A 25-foot radius circle is 1,963.5 ft2

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