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What do you call the rubber circle around the top of cup lids?
According to Bill Kellogg - a committee member on the USA DAVIS CUP- the International Tennis Federation came up with another term to distinguish between a "match between …nations" and the "individual match between the players". The term is a tie. For example USA vs France is a tie. The term "rubber" is taken from other sports like cricket. Also used in Bridge to stand for 2 out of 3 games. Rubber in tennis is the match between players. The dictionary definition says something like this: "a rubber is a deciding contest of 2 opponents who have previously won their same number of contests from each other."
The actual pitching rubber is 24 inches by 6 inches. The surrounding mound circle has an 8 foot radius with the center being 18 inches in front of the rubber.
The length of the line forming a circle is the circumference. This length is pi times the diameter C = (pi)*D or pi times twice the radius C = 2(pi)r
I'm pretty sure that it's to mark what type of drink you are drinking. It could be to take the guessing out of what drink is in what cup.
it is circumference
It is called the "Pentacle". This symbol is heavenly. It is a star with the star pointed up, inside a circle. On the other hand there is the "Pentagram". This Symbol is Demo…nic. It is a star that has it's point facing down and is inside a circle.
They are named rings which the most famous ones are located on the planet Saturn.
because mdonalds think its neat to put buttns on it
The Romans. The Pantheon is an example of this.
... The tire?
I believe that the distance around a circle is called the circumference.