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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
What is the formula for the perimeter of a circle?

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

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

What is the formula for a semi-circle?

First off, "semi" means "half", which means that a semi-circle is only half a circle and not a full circle. The formula for it is A=1/2 (Pi Symbol Here) r2 Hope this helps
How do ships turn?

How do ships turn?

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

Why is the formula of circle 2pie r?

π was originally known (to the Greeks, I think) as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, thus: circumference/diameter = π which with rearranging be

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 (
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What is the formula for a circle?

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