The Antarctic Circle is the parallel of latitude at 66Â°30' S. It is the northern limit of where the Sun neither rises on the summer solstice nor sets on the winter solstice…. well da antarctian circle is a circle that gose round the arctic and looks in a form of a circle, look for a map that shows the exsact placeing for the arctica circle(sorry bout da speling im in a rush) ( Full Answer )
The distance around the perimeter. c=distance around r=The radius of a circle is the length of the line from the center to any point on its edge D= the distance across the cir…cle pi x diameter, or the equivalent 2 x pi x radius. ( Full Answer )
Circles are a never ending object. They have no starting and no ending point. They have a center point and from the center to the edge of the circle is the same distance aroun…d the whole object. ( Full Answer )
Any great circle on the earth has a circumference of about 24,000 miles..
The circumference of the Arctic Circle (and the Antarctic circle too) is about 9,945 miles..
…Imagine circles around the North Pole. The closer to the pole the circle is, the smaller it is. If you were right there at the North Pole, you could walk a 10-foot circle around it. The Arctic Circle is a circle around the pole, but about 1,570 miles south of it..
The only circle around the pole that's a great circle is the Equator. ( Full Answer )
The pupil is a hole surrounded by the iris which is the colored part of your eye. The pupil gets bigger and smaller because the iris expands or contracts to let more or less l…ight in so you can see better. Have you ever noticed red-eye taken in a photo with flash. Well it is actually the light from the flash bouncing off of the back of your eye, if the pupil was a solid black dot it would not show the reflection coming out ( Full Answer )
There are a few ways that you can. 1. Circumference- the distance around the circle. 2. Diameter- the distance from one midpoint to the opposite midpoint. 3. Radius- The… distance from the center of the circle to any edge. there may be other ways to measure a circle but these are the most used/most important. ( Full Answer )
No. You can only define a circle by radius, diameter, area, perimeter. Concentric circles have the same centre, therefore, if they were the same circles with the same radius, …then they would all lie on top of each other and be effectively one circle. ( Full Answer )