What is the diamater of a 6 in circle?
I believe if somebody talks about a "6-inch circle", then the 6 inches refers, precisely, to the diameter.
A circumference of 78.54m
approximately 28.26 cm2
circumference = pi*4.6
The circumference of a circle with a 60-foot diameter is about 118.5 feet.
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113.1 square cm
the diamater you goobers
You double the radius.. if the radius is 10 the diameter is 20.
circumference = 18*pi feet
Area of the circle: pi times 9 squared = 254 square in. rounded
The correct spelling of the term is "diameter" (the width of a circle, sphere, or planet).
diameter of a circle = 2*radius or circumference/pi
The diameter is the chord (line that goes from the circle to the circle) that goes through the center of the circle. It is the largest chord. It is also equal to twice the radius.
Area = pi*92 = 254.469 square cm to 3 dp
Recall that the circumference of a circle is: C = πd where d is the diamater Let d = 39 m. Then: C = 39π m
Area = pi*22 = 12.566 square cm to 3 d.p.
to find the circumference of a circle, which is the distance in the outside of the circle you need to use the following formula: C=dx 3.14 or circumference equals diameter times pi. The diamater is the length of the circle from end to end. Not very difficult.
By dividing the circumference by 2*pi will give you the radius and twice the radius gives you the diameter.
Divide by pi to get the diameter. Divide the diamater by 2 to get the radius. Pi times radius squared.
25.12 circumference = pi x diamater let pi = 3.14 c=3.14 x 8 c=25.12
Diameter = 7 feet Radius = 3.5 feet Area of circle = pi x r x r = 3.1415 x 3.5 x 3.5 =38.483 square feet.
is always smaller in diamater
Circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter Circumference = pi*4.2 = 13.19468915 or 13.2 cm to one decimal place
No. Earth (diamater 12,756km) is much larger than Mars (diamater 6,787km).
you half the diamater to get the radius, then you square the radius. Then you times it by 3.14. Always. example. Diameter=4cm then radius =2cm squared=4cm 4x3.14=12.56
In a circle, there are 1 or more chords, and only always 1 diameter. The diameter goes through the middle point in a circle and connects 2 points on a circle. A chord does not have to go through the middle, but can. The diameter always counts as a chord. So, either, both the chord and diameter are the same length, or the chord is shorter. I hope this answers your question! (:
Earth is much bigger than Mars Earth's diamater is 12,756km, while Mars' diamater is 6,787km Earth
the answer is 1,391,000 kilometers
It has no effect at all
142,987 kilometers long
The diameter of the the earth is7,926.28
In a technical sense, the diameter of an atom doesn't really exist; we can draw an arbitrary line and say that the electrons in the atom are 90% (or 95%, or 99.999%, or whatever) likely to be found inside this boundary, but it doesn't really have a sharply defined diameter. That said, Scanning Tunnelling Microscopes can measure the approximate diameters of individual atoms, and they aren't even that expensive as scientific instrumentation goes.
Area = pi*r2 1962.5 = pi * r2 divide both sides by pi 624.68 = r2 take square roots both sides 24.99 = r 2 * 24.99 = 49.98; the diameter -----------------------------------could just call it 50.0
The circumference of a circle with radius of 6 is about 37.7
4879 km at its equator or 3031 miles long
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6.5 inches in diamater.
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The circumference of a 6-inch circle is: 18.85 inches.
The area of a 6 unit circle is: 28.27 square units.
Yes, you can draw a circle with a diameter of 6 cm.
The circumference of the circle: 6*pi meters
There is no sensible answer to this question. The use of the term "a 6 foot circle" is suggestive of the area of a 6 foot circle - although whether it is 6 foot radius or 6 foot diameter is unspecified. If it is the area of the circle, there are no inches in it since an inch is a measure of length.
As the diameter of a circle is twice the radius, a circle with a 6-foot radius would have a diameter of 6 x 2 or 12 feet.
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.
one sixth of a circle = 60° a circle = 360° 1/6 * 360° = 360°/6 = 60°
The description, a 6 foot circle, would normally be understood to mean a circle with a diameter of 6 feet. Circles are most usually measured by their diameter.
Mercury is the smallest planet with a diameter of 4879.28 kilometers.