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**A circle is easy to make:
**

Draw a curve that is "radius" away

from a central point.

And so:

All points are the same distance from the center.

You Can Draw It Yourself

Put a pin in a board, put a loop of string around it, and insert a

pencil into the loop. Keep the string stretched and draw the

circle!

Radius, Diameter and Circumference

The Radius is the distance from the center to the edge.

The Diameter starts at one side of the circle, goes through the center and ends on the other

side.

The Circumference is the distance around the edge of the circle.

And here is the really cool thing:

When you divide the circumference by the diameter you get 3.141592654...

which is the number π (Pi)

So when the diameter is 1, the circumference is 3.141592654...

We can say:

Circumference = π × Diameter

Example: You walk around a circle which has a diameter of 100m, how far

have you walked?

Distance walked = Circumference = π × 100m

= 314m (to the nearest m)

Also note that the Diameter is twice the Radius:

Diameter = 2 × Radius

And so this is also true:

Circumference = 2 × π × Radius

Remembering

The length of the words may help you remember:

Radius is the shortest word

Diameter is longer (and is 2 × Radius)

Circumference is the longest (and is π × Diameter)

Definition

The circle is a plane shape (two dimensional):

And the definition of a circle is:

The set of all points on a plane that are a fixed distance from a center.

Area

The area of a circle is π times the radius squared, which is written:

A = π r

2

To help you remember think "Pie Are Squared"

(even though pies are usually round)

Or, in relation to Diameter:

A = (π/4) × D

2

Example: What is the area of a circle with radius of 1.2 m ?

A = π × r

2

A = π × 1.2

2

A = π × (1.2 × 1.2)

A = 3.14159... × 1.44 = 4.52 (to 2 decimals)

Area Compared to a Square

A circle has about 80% of the area of a similar-width square.

The actual value is (π/4) = 0.785398... = 78.5398...%

Names

Because people have studied circles for thousands of years special names have come about.

Nobody wants to say "that line that starts at one side of the circle, goes through the center

and ends on the other side" when a word like "Diameter" would do.

So here are the most common special names:

Lines

A line that goes from one point to another on the

circle's circumference is called a Chord.

If that line passes through the center it is called a

Diameter.

A line that "just touches" the circle as it passes by is

called a Tangent.

And a part of the circumference is called an Arc.

Slices

There are two main "slices" of a circle

The "pizza" slice is called a Sector.

And the slice made by a chord is called a Segment.

Common Sectors

The Quadrant and Semicircle are two special types of Sector:

Quarter of a circle is called a

Quadrant.

Half a circle is called a Semicircle.

Inside and Outside

A circle has an inside and an outside (of course!). But it also

has an "on", because you could be right on the circle.

Example: "A" is outside the circle, "B" is inside the circle and

"C" is on the circle.

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