If there are barbies in a circle and the sixth is directly across from the seventeenth how many are there in the circle?
22. Barbies 6-16 (11 barbies) and barbies 17-22, then 1-5.
A circle formed by two meridians directly across from each other on opposite sides of the globe is called what?
The Great Circle
If there are 20 stones evenly lined up in a circle which stone is directly across from the third stone?
If there are 14 people sitting evenly spaced around a circle which person is directly across from the 2nd person?
the person that is passing the bleezy.
To cut across the diameter is to bi-sect a circle directly in half...thru the middle...two equal "pie" pieces
If there are 18 students standing in a perfectly even circle Which student is directly opposite student number 1?
Student #10 is directly across from student #1. In order to evenly pair the sides of the circle, there must be 9 students in each hemicircle, across from the other 9, who will each have a number 9 higher. Student 10 is the first student of the second 9, numbers 10 through 18.
Line through the center of a circle is the diameter or distance across the circle.
If the circle is five feet across - that is the diameter.
The circle must have a radius. If you do not know it then you find out the area using the diameter, (this is the length of two points directly across from each other on the circle. The equation for the area of a circle when using the diameter =π × (d/2)² By the way, π is approximately = 3.14159265. or 22/7 A circle with no radius has no area and is sometimes considered by certain… Read More
The distance half way across a circle is the circle's radius. radias
A diameter goes all the way across a circle through the center. A radius goes half way across, from the center to any point on the circle. So a circle's diameter is two times its radius. All the way through the centre of the circle but the radius only goes half way from the centre of the circle
The length around a circle is the circumference The length across a circle is the diameter
The diameter is the distance across the centre of the circle.
area of a circle = pi*r2
It is the diameter of the circle or the sphere
The distance around a circle is the circumference. The diameter of a circle is the distance across the center of a circle.
The circumference of a circle that is 30 feet across is: 94.25 feet (diameter x Pi = circumference).
On the circle, an arc. Cutting across the circle, a chord.
When the sun is directly at the Arctic or Antarctic Circle, it means that the calendar date is at a solstice or seasonal change.
Kangaroos are an example of bilateral symmetry. They have symmetry across one plane (directly down the centre of their body). Compared to radial symmetry which is symmetry from a central point eg a circle.
Typical answer from The WikiAnswers Community: IT IS WRONG! The diameter is the distance across the circle, through its centre. It is double the radius, not the other way round!
The diameter is found by measuring across the center of the circle.
The length across the circle. 2 x the radius.
If a circle is 250 meters across (diameter), the circumference is: about 785.4 meters. (C = d x Pi).
If a circle has a diameter of 10 inches across it then its radius is half of 10 inches which is 5 inches.
The radius of a circle is half its diameter (the measure of the circle from one side across to the other).
the distance across
the diameter is the length. the diameter means the length of across the circle. it means the longest length across the circle. the radius is halfthe diameter
The circumfrence; Pi (or 3.14) times the width across the circle :)
Diameter is the distance across a circle. The circumference of a circle is the distance around the outside of the circle.
"Diameter" is the distance all the way across the circle, through the center. "Radius" is 1/2 of the diameter ... the distance from the center to the curvy part of the circle. "Circumference" is the distance all the way around the circle.
You are a moron but I'll answer, the diameter is the enitire distance across the circle across the middle point and the radius is the distance from the middle point ot the edge and therefore always half in a perfect circle
diameter is the distance across a circle, from one side to another (radius is 1/2 way across a circle). To determine the size of 1 diameter, you would first have to know the size of the circle
It is a diameter, the line that cuts the circle in an exact half. It is the diameter and passes through the center of the circle.
d. pi times the diameter or the distance all the way across the circle.
Circumference is the outside of the circle and the inside is the are of the circle. And inside of the circle, there is diameter and radius. Radius is from the center point to the edge of the circle and diameter is all the way across.
The radius of a circle is the distance from the center of the circle, out to the edge of the circle. The distance all the way across the circle is the "diameter." Half of the diameter is the radius.
you measure across the top of the cylinder if it is a cylinder or across the circle if it is flat
The line that goes around, or envelopes, a circle is the circumference of the circle. It is found by multiplying the diameter of the circle, which is a line that crosses the center, by pi.
In a circle the circumference and diameter vary directly Which of the following equations would allow you to find the diameter of a circle with a circumference of 154 if you know that in a second ci?
In a circle, the circumference and diameter vary directly. Which of the following equations would allow you to find the diameter of a circle with a circumference of 154 if you know that in a second circle the diameter is 14 when the circumference is 44?
A Reuleaux triangle is a shape that, like a circle, has a constant width. Unlike standard polygons, its sides are outward curves rather than straight lines, the curve a maximum directly across from each vertice.
Circumference is the perimeter of a circle, or the length of the outside of the circle. It is calculated, diameter (length across the circle) multiplied by pi (3.151492.....).
no, centripetal force is inversely proportional to radius of the circle.
I think you would mean diameter. From one side of the circle to the point directly opposite of it.
No, the Arctic Circle is an imaginary line.
Diameter is distance across a circle or sphere, circumference is the distance around a circle or sphere
If the diameter of the circle is 24 feet, then the radius is 12 feet.
The diameter (across the widest part) is the longest chord that can be drawn on a circle.
3.14 (pi) multiplied by the diameter of the circle. So if the circle measures 6 inches across the entire width of the circle, that would be the number to begin with.
Half the distance across a circle.