Asked:
15 minutes ago

More new questions »

Answered

In Geometry

A circle is the set of all the points that are the same (arbitrary) distance (called the radius) from some (arbitrary) point (called the center).

Answered

In Men's Health

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. (MORE)

Answered

Each point on the perimeter is equidistant from the centre. and because it is. what type of question is that anyways?

Answered

No. The only line of latitude that is a great circle is the equator. Incidentally, any pair of longitude lines 180 degrees apart from each other would form a great circl…e. (MORE)

Answered

In Science

An annulus. Area = pi (R2 - r2) when R is radius of larger circle and r is radius of smaller circle.

Answered

In Science

A radius of 'x' units. A diameter of '2x' units. A circumference of '2(pi)x' units. An area of '(pi)x2' units, where x is a positive real number.

Answered

In Geometry

If there is 1circle, it would be 1circle when it is same size and it normally depends on what size the circle is. I hope it helped~ sorhdsiasia/vhdlsxmsiasia

Answered

In Geometry

it is a round shape that you should know before going to nursery so you should know

Answered

You could call them mirror opposites, identifying the same phenomenon in two polar regions.

Answered

In Geometry

A circle is the set of all points in two dimensional space that are at the same distance from some fixed point.