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# What do you think the cirles on the left of mars are?

Either craters or volcanoes.

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Either craters or volcanoes.

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In Arctic Circle

The Artic Circle passes through North America Europe and Aisa

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pi*radius squared

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the radius of a cirle is what percent of the diameter

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In Arctic Circle

Alaska

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The Ray-O-Vac trademark as you say goes in circles. this suggests the idea of an electric circuit, for one and a cascade of circles is a time-honored science fiction device fo…r Infinity- the ever-widening view-- also a series of doors, portals, etc. it is a neat optical trick effect for an abstract idea - and much better thant he horizontal 8 infinity sign to suggest the same- for example on cameras, known sometimes as the Bug. (MORE)

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The radius of a circle is always PRECISELY one half its diameter.

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360 degrees

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In Equator

north.
north

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The area of a circle of radius r is pi*r*r

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4 inches. The radius is half of the diameter

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The land on the Arctic Circle is divided among eight countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, the United States (Alaska), Canada, Denmark (Greenland), and Iceland (where it… passes through the small offshore island of GrÃƒÂmsey). (MORE)

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Infinite.

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16 pi = almost exactly 50Ã‚Â¼

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Area of a circle is pi r^2 diameter is twice the radius. 3.14*8*8=64*pi or approximately 200.96

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5.9723 inch

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Area = circumference squared... You do circumference divided by 4,... and then divide that by Pi.

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It is the ring of fire

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The area is 346.639 cm 2

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Alaska

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In Mathematical Finance

Yes.

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The cicumference of any circle divided by its diameter is aways equal to pi.

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Electrons are the smallest and lightest of the particles in an atom. Electrons are in constant motion as they circle around the nucleus of that atom. Electrons are said to ha…ve a negative charge, which means that they seem to be surrounded by a kind of invisible force field. This is called an electrostatic field. (MORE)

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360 degrees

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circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter

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The line from the centre of the circle to any point on its circumference

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In Math and Arithmetic

circumference = pi*diameter

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In Algebra

The formula is pi (3.14) x radius x radius 3.14 x 12 x 12 = 446.4