The distance around the outside of a circle is called the Circumference.
I believe that the distance around a circle is called the circumference.
The word perimeter means the distance around the outside of an object. The perimeter of a circle has a special name. We call it the circumference. The perimeter of this circle, or circumference, is 25 ft.
It is the circumference.
The distance around a circle is called circumference. Around any other shape, it is called perimeter.
The distance of two points of the circle is called as perimeter. Since these two points are located on the same circle, their peripheral distance is measured.
It's the diameter.
Anything outside your area code is usually long distance.
The distance from a circle to its center (the dot in the middle) is called 'the radius'. The distance from a circle to a point opposite is called 'the diameter'. The diameter is twice the length of the radius.
There's no such thing as the "area of a circumference", no matter how you spell it.A circumference is a length, representing the distance around a circle, and doesn'thave an area.If you know the circumference of a circle, and you call it 'C', then the area of the circle isC2 / (4 pi)
Perimeter is the distance around something. In the case of a circle (or other curved figures), this is simply called the perimeter, so I would say perimeter is the same as circumference. Except that it is uncommon to call the circumference of a circle the "perimeter".
The clue is in the root part of the word: Circum. It means 'all the way around'. You can circumnavigate the globe, you can be surrounded by the situation you are in and call that 'circumstances', or you can have the distance all the way around the edge of a circle, and that is Circumference.
The distance is roughly 1,840 miles. Whether or not you call that 'close' is up to you.
We call it a "semi-circle"
It is called the perimeter.
If a street has no outlet but has a circle at the end in which to turn cars around, the circle, or the whole street, is called a 'cul de sac'.
depends on your carrier but, most carriers in the u.s. won't consider any call long distance unless you are calling outside the United States.
A. If the line segment touches two points on the circle it is called as: 1. secant; if the line extends outside the circle. 2. chord; if the line is present only within the circle. B. If the line segment touches one point on the circle AND the center of the circle AND is present only within the circle it is called as: radius.
We call it a circle.