Help-with-circumference

Answers:woah. thats toooooo many questions. ill only do some. 1. milligram 4. 2.2315 g 8. 228 in. 9. 1,080 in.2 your on your own for the rest of the problems. good luck.

Question:I have exams 2 morrow and kneed to know....... how to find circumference of a circle Ratio & Proportions Three diff. forms Recognizing proportions Solving proportions Integers Comparing Absolute Value Adding/Subtracting Multiplying/dividing Thanks!!!!!! MCD

Answers:C = (pi)d Now, what are the other questions? They really don't have much meaning.

Question:I decide to use a basketball to represent Earth in a scale model of Earth and the moon. A basketballs circumference is about 30 inches. What is the scale of my model?? Astrological Body/Approximate Circumference ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Earth=40,000 km Moon=11,000 km

Answers:The basketball's circumference is 30*2.54 = 76cm, or 3/4 of a meter. The earth's circumference is 40000*1000 =40,000,000 meters. Divide 3/4 into 40 million and you get a scale of 1:53,000,000. At that scale, the moon would be about the size of a tennis ball and should be placed about 7 meters away from the 'earth'.

AIMS Essential Math - Circumference and Area of Circles Page 50 Problem 2

Students explore the relationships of a circle's diameter to its circumference and of its radius squared to its area. They encounter the number pi and discover the role it plays in these relationships. They then express these relationships as formulas and apply them in problem-solving situations. Includes a CD with video help for each activity, as well as PDFs to facilitate printing and use on interactive boards.

AIMS Essential Math - Circumference and Area of Circles Page 50 Problem 7

Students explore the relationships of a circle's diameter to its circumference and of its radius squared to its area. They encounter the number pi and discover the role it plays in these relationships. They then express these relationships as formulas and apply them in problem-solving situations. Includes a CD with video help for each activity, as well as PDFs to facilitate printing and use on interactive boards.

AIMS Essential Math - Circumference and Area of Circles Page 50 Problem 1

Students explore the relationships of a circle's diameter to its circumference and of its radius squared to its area. They encounter the number pi and discover the role it plays in these relationships. They then express these relationships as formulas and apply them in problem-solving situations. Includes a CD with video help for each activity, as well as PDFs to facilitate printing and use on interactive boards.

AIMS Essential Math - Circumference and Area of Circles Page 24 Problem 6

Students explore the relationships of a circle's diameter to its circumference and of its radius squared to its area. They encounter the number pi and discover the role it plays in these relationships. They then express these relationships as formulas and apply them in problem-solving situations. Includes a CD with video help for each activity, as well as PDFs to facilitate printing and use on interactive boards.

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