Q: What is the value and perimeter if the circumference of a circle if it is 3 ft?

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The perimeter and circumference of a circle are the same thing.

The word perimeter means the distance around the outside of an object. The perimeter of a circle has a special name. We call it the circumference. The perimeter of this circle, or circumference, is 25 ft.

The circumference of a circle with the diameter of 14 ft is: 44 feet.

The shape which minimises the perimeter for a fixed area is a circle. A circle of radius 7.334 ft (approx) will have the required area and a perimeter (circumference) of just 46.084 ft. The quadrilateral with the smallest perimeter will be a square with sides of 13 feet: a perimeter of 4*13 = 52 feet. Any regular polygon with more than 4 sides will have a smaller perimeter, for the same area, than a square.

The circumference of a circle whose diameter is 1.5 ft is: about 4.712 feet.

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The perimeter and circumference of a circle are the same thing.

The word perimeter means the distance around the outside of an object. The perimeter of a circle has a special name. We call it the circumference. The perimeter of this circle, or circumference, is 25 ft.

That depends on what you mean by a "20 ft semicircle".A semi-circle is a half circle.A 20 ft circle could be:A circle of diameter 20 ftThe perimeter of the semicircle is half the circumference plus the diameter → perimeter = 1/2π 20 ft + 20 ft= 10π + 20 ft≈ 51.42 ftA circle of radius 20 ftThe perimeter of the semicircle is half the circumference plus double the radius → perimeter = 1/2 2π 20 ft + 2 x 20 ft= 20π + 40 ft≈ 102.08 ftA circle of circumference 20 ftThe perimeter of the semicircle is half the circumference plus the diameter → perimeter = 1/2 20 ft + 20 ft ÷ π= 10 ft + 20/π ft≈ 16.37 ftHowever, if a 20 ft circle is a circle with a circumference (= perimeter) of 20 ft then a 20 ft semi-circle could be a semicircle with a perimeter of 20 ft→ perimeter = 20 ft

24*pi or 2*pi*12 The perimeter of a circle is its circumference.

If you mean the circumference or "perimeter": C = 2(pi)r, where r is the radius of the circle

The circumference of a 30 ft circle is: 94.2 feet.

The circumference of an 8 ft circle is: 25.1 feet.

Any value greater than 224.2 feet. A circle with a circumference of 224.2 ft (approx) has an area of 4000 square feet. By strectching the circle along one axis and making it narrower along another (making the circle into an ellipse), its perimeter can be increased without changing its area. There is no upper limit to the perimeter.

the circumfrence of a circle is pi times it's radius squared.

Circumference of a circle is pi multiplied by the diameter. If the diameter of the circle is 11 ft, the circumference is: 3.14 x 11 ft = 34.54 ft

The circumference of a circle with the diameter of 14 ft is: 44 feet.

The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 10 ft is: 31.42 feet (diameter x Pi = circumference).