The perimeter of a circle
They are circumferences
The answers depend on what you want to "do" and what information you have.
They are its circumferences
circumference = pi multiplied by the diameter
First you times 3.14 by the diameter and there you go
The ratio of all lengths is the same. The ratio of the circumferences = ratio of the radii = 2:3
because its used to calculate areas of circle, circumferences and so on
whats the circumferences of r=8
79.20 0 is the hundredth place.
They have a circumference which is 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi They have an area which is pi*radius2 They have sectors They have chords They have segments They have a total of 360 degrees around their circumferences They have arcs which is part of their circumferences They can have a tangent which is a straight line that touches it at one point
area = 2pi*r2circumference = 2pi*rThe ratio of their circumferences will be 2pi*r1 /2pi*r2 = r1/r21) r2 = 6pi/2pi = 3. r1 = root(3).2) r = 150pi/2pi = 75. r2 = root(75)So the ratio of their circumferences isr1/r2 = root(3)/root(75)
Ratio of circumference is π : 4π = 1 : 4 This is the ratio of all lengths, therefore their radii are in the ratio of 1:4 also. Ratio of areas is the square of the ratio of length → ratio of their areas is 1² : 4² = 1 : 16
14 pi inches = a whisker under 44 inches
In which computer language?
Their circumferences are in the same ratio as their diameters.
Concentric and coincident, perhaps.
Because there is a difference between the circumferences of the top lip and the base of the cup.
Their circumferences are in direct proportion to their radii. Their areas are in direct proportion to the square of their radii.
The distance to the moon is about 30 earth diameters, or about 9.6 earth circumferences.
NO. Todays people have larger waist circumferences on average than the circumference of their necks.
The quarter dollar, the half dollar and all dollar coins.
Because it was found that there was a direct relationship between the radii (or diameters) of circles and their circumferences.