# What is the formula of turning circle of the ship?

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View Full Interview# What is formula for radius o a circle?

radius = 1/2 diameter

# What is formula to figure the circumference of a circle?

Circumference = 2 x {pi} x radius = {pi} x diameter

# What is the formula for the perimeter of a circle?

2 x pi x r where pi = 3.1416 or pi x diameter. To find the perimeter you do pi (3.1415) times the diameter. Or you can figure by the radius (P=2 π r; i.e. Perimeter = 2 …x 3.1415 x radius) The perimeter of a circle is its circumference. We use these formulas to find the circumference of a circle; C=d times pi orC=2 times the radius times pi (3.14). To make it easier to explain: Area: Pi (3.14) X Radius Squared (r 2) from the center out of the circle Perimeter: Pi (3.14) X Diameter (d) from one side of the circle to the other The perimeter of a circle is called Circumference. Here is the formula for Circumference: C= pi x d (pi times diameter) C= 3.14 x ______ (fill in the blank with the diameter of the circle) C= (your answer) NOTE: Pi is approximately 3.14 so when you are using pi to multiply, replace it with 3.14 When the diameter is not given in a circle, double the radius to find the length of the diameter.

# To turn in circles?

spin?

# Why turning circle for ship is more in shallow water?

This is because the depth of the water has a significant effect for the maximum turning circle of an anchored vessel. In shallow water, the anchor chain has longer catenar…y than in deep water when the length of the chain laid out is the same. And so, to minimize its turning circle, the anchor chain laid out in shallow water should be less than in deep water. Normally, in moderate weather condition, determining the right lenght of the chain to be paid out is by getting the depth of the water and multiply it by 3-5 times. In bad weather condition, multiply it by 5-8 times or more.

# How do ships turn?

Ships turn with the aid of a rudder at the stern of the ship .

# What is the formula for finding the area of a circle?

Area = pi*radius2 A = Pi*R-squared Pi * R^2

# What is the formula for area of a circle?

To find the area of a circle you have to find the circumference. So C=pie (3.14) times the diameter. So 3.14 multiplied by the diameter= the area of a circle. I meant fo…r II to be pi, r to be the radius, and d to be the diameter. 2IIr or IId

# Formula and result of area of circle?

The formula for the area of a circle is: Area = (pi) x (Radius)2 . When you know the radius of the circle and you use it to calculate the area of the circle, the result wi…ll be equal to (pi) x (Radius)2 .

# Do the circles turn?

No, not of their own impetus.

# What is the formula for the area of a circle and the circumference of a circle?

The formula for the area of a circle is pi * radius squared. The circumference of a circle's formula is pi * diameter. NOTE: pi equals approx. 3.14

# What is the formula for the area of the circle?

r2*pi=A π ● r² or pi times the radius squared If you are given the diameter just divide that by 2 giving you the radius. After that square the radius (…multiply by it by itself). Then multiply that answer by 3.14 or pi. Area of a circle = pi*radius2

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# What is the formula of the turning circle of the ship at anchor?

We may simply add the length of the anchor cables used and the length of the ship together in estimating the radius of the turing circle of a ship at anchor.

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# Formula for radius of circle?

radius = diameter/2

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# A formula for a circle?

In the coordinate plane: (x - a)2 + (y - b)2 = r2 where the centre of the circle is at (a, b) and the radius is r. In parametric form, it is x = a + r*cosΦ y = b + r*…sinΦ where 0 ≤ Φ < 360 deg.

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In Algebra

# What is the formula for a circle?

Formula of a circle in a Cartesian plane: (x-h)2+ (y-k)2 = r2 where the center is at (h,k) and the radius is r.

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In Geometry

# What are the geometry formulas for a circle?

Circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi Area of a circle - pi*radius2