The ratio of all lengths is the same. The ratio of the circumferences = ratio of the radii = 2:3
48 works out as a circumference of 24.5597207 units 75 works out as a circumference of 30.69980124 units So the ratio is about 4:5
The area of a circle is directly proportional to the square of its radius. If two circles have radii R1 and R2 , then the ratio of their areas is ( R1/R2 )2
area = 2pi*r2circumference = 2pi*rThe ratio of their circumferences will be 2pi*r1 /2pi*r2 = r1/r21) r2 = 6pi/2pi = 3. r1 = root(3).2) r = 150pi/2pi = 75. r2 = root(75)So the ratio of their circumferences isr1/r2 = root(3)/root(75)
Their radii, diameters or circumferences - in all three cases the ratio between the axle and wheel are the same.
You join the centres of the two circles. Divide this line in the ratio of the two radii. Draw the tangent from this point to either circle and extend it to touch the other circle.
If you mean ratio then I don't quite understand the question.. but if you mean RADIUS Then you take the diameter and divide it by two. ============================================== There's no such thing as the ratio of circles. You can find the ratio of their diameters, the ratio of their radiussesses, and the ratio of their areas. -- The ratio of their diameters is: One diameter divided by the other one. -- The ratio of their radiusses is the same number as the ratio of their diameters. -- The ratio of their areas is the square of that same number.
ratio of volumes is the cube of the ratio of lengths radii (lengths) in ratio 3 : 4 → volume in ratio 3³ : 4³ = 27 : 64
It seems to me that the ratio of their angular velocities would be the negative reciprocal of the ratio of their radii.
No. To be similar ALL lengths must be in the same ratio. If two cylinders have the same radii, but different heights then the radii have one ratio (1:1) but the heights have a different ratio; thus they are not similar.
Volume of a sphere of radius r: V = 4pi/3 x r3 If the ratio of the radii of two spheres is 23,then the ratio of their volumes will be 233 = 1,2167
If the ratio of the radii is 1:3 then the ratio of volumes is 1:27.