Find the circumference of a circle with radius, r = 16m. Give your answer in terms of π .

Guest May 21, 2017

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\(C=32\pi{m}\)

There is a formula for finding the circumference of a circle. It is:

Let C= circumference of circle

Let r= radius of circle

\(C=2\pi{r}\)

Now that we know this formula, let's plug in the information that we know and simplify from there:

\(C=2\pi{(16)}=32\pi{m}\)

The directions are to leave the answer in terms so pi,so there is no need to provide a decimal approximation. And of course, include units in your final answer

TheXSquaredFactor
May 21, 2017

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Best Answer

\(C=32\pi{m}\)

There is a formula for finding the circumference of a circle. It is:

Let C= circumference of circle

Let r= radius of circle

\(C=2\pi{r}\)

Now that we know this formula, let's plug in the information that we know and simplify from there:

\(C=2\pi{(16)}=32\pi{m}\)

The directions are to leave the answer in terms so pi,so there is no need to provide a decimal approximation. And of course, include units in your final answer

TheXSquaredFactor
May 21, 2017