How do you divide a circle into eight equal parts drawing a plus and times sign?
Draw "plus sign" + on top of circle
Draw "times sign" x on top of circle
presto eight cake slices of circle.
Simply place the plus sign in the circle so the plus sign touches the edges, then overlap the times sign on the plus sign. It should give you eight lines in the circle, which are eight slices.
Eight of them.
To divide a circle into thirteenths, divide it into thirteen equal portions, or pieces.
You draw a circle, and divide it into several equal parts - for example, 4 equal parts. Then you select some of those parts - for example, 3, by drawing them in some special color or shading them. Using a circle is convenient, because then, even if you divide it into pieces, it is visually quite clear that it is part of something greater.
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Starting at one point of the circle, draw a straight line through the center of the circle to the other side. This line is called a diameter. It will divide the circle into 2 equal pieces. Now, if you want to divide the circle into any number N of equal pieces, follow these steps in order divide the diameter into N equal segments, from one endpoint of the diameter, draw half circles towards every endpoint… Read More
Construct a circle with a 4.5 radius. The circle's circumference is 360 degrees. So mark out 3 by 120 degrees on the circumference and join them to the centre of the circle which will divide the circle into three equal parts.
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circle is 2d so, just fold it 15!
A circle has 360 degrees. Divide 360 by 18 and you will find that each equal part of the divided circle is 20 degrees.
There are 2pi in a circle. If we divide a circle into 8 equal parts, then each part will be pi/4, [(2pi)/8].
Only the diameter can divide the circle in to two equal parts.
draw a + inside it, touching the outside of the circle-cut it into Quaters.
A circle is 380 degrees Therefore: 380 / 13 = 29.230769231
The circumference of a circle divided by its diameter is equal to the value of pi
Use a protractor and divide it into 36 degree wedges.
Divide a circle into four equal parts.
The radius of a circle is the distance from the centre of the circle to a point on the circumference of the circle. If it is a drawing and the circle is to scale the radius can be measured with a ruler. If not, the radius can be calculated if the diameter, circumference or area of the circle is known. the radius is equal to: - the diameter divided by 2 - the circumference divided… Read More
draw a circle and cross 12 lines through it like a pizza moron
The number of degrees in one complete revolution of a radius is 360°. Therefore the number of degrees covered in 1/5 of a revolution is 72° . To divide a circle into 5 equal parts create 5 sectors each measuring 72° at the centre of the circle.
A circle has 360 degrees inside it, 360/3=120. Cut the circle up so that there are three 120 degree angled wedges and you have 3 equal parts.
You just divide the circles into 4 parts
it is 100 equal part given by t.l.e teacher
the circumference of a circle is equal to 2*pi*R, so just divide by pi(3.141)
bisect An angle bisector. When you divide an angle into two equal angles you are drawing a line called a bisector.
A circle is 360 degrees so divide that by 10 and u get 36 degrees so use a template and each piece should be 36 degrees
Divide it into segments (like pizza slices), each of 360/15 = 24 degrees.
start with a little V on the top and put a little line in it
Draw a line from the centre toeach number on a clock face.
Divide the circumference of any circle by its diameter and its quotient is equal to pi
Technically no because 360/7 is a repeating decimal but it can be approximated
Just divide the circle into 4 equal sectors
Think about a circle. If you divide it into six equal parts, each part is 1/6 of the circle. Now think about a circle that is identical to the first. If you divide that one into eight equal parts, each part is 1/8 of the circle. If you compare the two divided circles, you will see that the 1/8 pieces must be smaller than the 1/6 pieces, because eight pieces are filling the same space… Read More
A circular sector is formed by two radii and an arc. And the angle formed due to the two radii is central angle(Î˜). Area of a sector = (Î˜ /360) Ï€r2. If we divide a circle into seven sectors having equal central angles then the circle is divided into seven equal parts. Angle of the whole circle is 360o. So we should divide the whole angle into 7 equal parts each measuring 360o/7 and then… Read More
Draw an 'x' in the square by drawing a straight line from each corner to the opposite corner.
Divide 360 by 14, then draw two radii in the circle with this number of degrees between them. Then use a compass to mark off 14 equal arcs around the perimeter. Join the points to the centre.
its 360/15 = 24 degrees
It cannot be, since no finite number of triangles can result in a smooth curve of the circumference.
Since Pi is equal to the circumference over diameter, the diameter of a circle is equal to its circumference over Pi. So divide 24 centimeters by 3.14159 to get approximately 7.63943 centimeters.
step 1: make a circle with a compass step 2: divide the circle into 4 equal parts step 3: draw curved lines
Squaring the circle is a problem handed down from ancients. It involves taking a known circle and drawing a square that has an equal area. It was proved to be impossible in the late 1800's. A link to the Wikipedia article is included.
well the circumference is equal to pi times the diameter, so all that you have to do is divide the circumference by pi to get the diameter. Then you divide the diameter by two to get the radius.
The circumference of a circle is equal to the radius, multiplied by 2 x pi. Thus, in this case, you can divide the circumference by 2 x pi, to get the radius.
If a circle is comprised of 360 degrees, then each of the five sections will encompass 72 degrees. From an arbitrary radius, using a protractor, measure 72 degrees, then continue around the circle.
Divide the angle sector by 360 and multiply it by 24 square meters. The area is equal to 3 square meters.
Well, when you take a compass and draw a circle, and then you keep the same radius and mark off the circle with it, you get exactly six marks, dividing the line of the circle into six equal parts. So it seems like a circle just naturally wants to be partitioned into sixths. In order to divide the measurement of a circle equally into sixths, you have to have a total number of degrees that… Read More
Mark out 20 arcs of 18 degrees around its circumference and join them to the circle's centre
Since the circumference is equal to the diameter times pi, you need to divide the circumference by pi in this case.
The circumference is equal to the diameter multiplied by pi. Therefore, if you know the circumference, you can divide by pi to get the diameter.
by drawing 5 horizontal line interval between = 1/5 L and one vertical line in mid we get 10 equal pieces
Draw the pentagon on the outside of the circle with all five sides touching the circle. Now by dividing the pentagon into 5 equal segments to the center, the circle is divided as well into 5 equal segments. Mathmatically speaking, see the related link for more information