A dog is leashed to a point in the center of a large yard, so the path the dog is able to explore is circular. The leash is 20 feet long. What is the length of the path? Round to nearest tenth.
Is the path the circumference of the circular yard?
I think that is what is being implied, HM .....
Go ahead and answer....you're too quick for me, anyway >>>>LOL!!!!
If the path is the circumference of the circle, the leash is the radius of 20 feet and the circumference is 2 * radius * pi. The length of the path is 20 * 2 * pi= 40pi= 125.7.