Q: How many cookies does it take to circle the globe once?

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because in 1945, football players squished a football once and decided to name it a circle

I believe it to be 360. Because the minute hand moves around the clock (a circle) once, completing 360 degrees. Infinitely many.

Any line that enters a circle (and is not a tangent) must cross its boundary twice; once to enter, once to exit. Since a secant is a line segment that joins two different points on a curve, such a line as above is a secant.

The only piece of information required to find the area of a circle is the radius of the circle. Once you know the radius of the circle, the area is simply the radius squared multiplied by pi (approximately 3.14).

Secants are chords that go through a circle ONCE! Tangents are rays or segments with one point touching the border of a circle and nothing else.

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once in 1613

Which Globe Theatre are you talking about? We know it was performed at least once at the first Globe in London, in April of 1610.

A group of cookies cooked at once is called a batch.

The globe theater was destroyed and rebulit twice by 1642, once by fire, the other because of loss of buisness.

It depends on the cookies... cookies in general are usaully fattening though there are some diet cookies. Also its good to have a cookie once and a while for your sugar levels.

Only once, on June 29, 1613. Of course there have been other Globe Theatres which didn't burn down, including Shakespeare's Globe, the one standing today.

burnt once, then closed down, then reopened to our modern day.

No.

Once a year since it's in our orbit.

Going from 0 to 90 both north and south, 0, 15,30,45,60,75,90 would be 13 total. You can only count 0 once.

That's depends on how big those cookies are! The circumference of Earth is 40,075 km, and if we lined up a whole bunch of oreo cookies (which have a diameter of 4.5cm, or 0.000045km), then we would need 890,555,555.556 of them to make it all the way around.

What do you mean "if it could"? The Moon does circle the Sun, together with planet Earth. Once a year.