Q: What is the radius of a circle that has a diameter of 150 feet?

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c=pi*diameter if the length given in the question spans the whole circle, d=150. so the circumference if 150pi feet or 471.238898 feet

43,560 square feet = 1 acre 150' x 150' = 22,500 square feet = 0.51653 acre (rounded)

150 x 50 = 7,500 square feet.

Multiply square meters (150) by 10.764 to get square feet. So;150 x 10.764 = 1,614.60 square feet.

45,000.

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If the area of the circle is 150 square feet then its radius is about 6.9 feet

439.6 metres (1442.2 feet).

c=pi*diameter if the length given in the question spans the whole circle, d=150. so the circumference if 150pi feet or 471.238898 feet

If a circle has a circumference of 150 cm, its radius is 150/(2*pi) = 23.87 cm (approx)

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if circle diameter is 300, then its radius r is 150 (half the diameter)and the area isπr2 = 2250πwhich is approx 2250*3.14 = 7065 square yards (don't forget the "square")

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C = pi * diameter Diameter = C / pi Diameter = 150 / 3.14 Diameter = 47.7 inches

1.5 m or 150 cm

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radius = 942/(2*pi) = 149.9239564 or about 150 meters