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What do you have? The area of the circle or the circumference? Area: divide the area by pi, then square root it Circumference: divide the circumference by 2 then divide it by pi
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I assume that you are referring to the area of a circle. You divide the diameter in half to find the radius and then you put it into the formula.
no,we can divide the figure into squares,rectangles and triangles
First divide the area by pi which you either get by using the pi symbol on a calculator, or by using 3.14159265. Then take the square root of the answer you get from the first step and this is your radius.
The general networking model was OSI model given by ISO. It follows a layered approach so as to divide different functions to different layer. That is why any system regardless of the underlying architecture can communicate using it.
264 divide by 8 using div = 33
Multiply the whole number times the numerator. Divide the product by the denominator.
You can find a detailed guide using a model for division on learner.org/courses/learningmath/number/session9/part_a/area_division.html
510 divide by 52 using mental math and using long div = 9.807692307692308
you divide by using tens, hundreds, and thousands
A good fraction model is when you divide your model equally.
Calculate perimeteter of the semicircle then divide mathematically by seven using a calculator and then using that value and a divider or compass divide the semicircle.......
circumfrence: divide it by π (3.14). Diameter: divide by 2. area: find diameter and divide by 2.
Divide both sides by -5 x = -2
in a triangle double area and divide by base in a rectangle divide area by base
In order to find the area of a trapeze you must add the area and the base and divide it by 2. Then divide the result by the height.
The term given to the area at which three roots divide is trifurcation.
what is the definition of area model
You need to measure the diameter of the cent. Then divide the diameter in half to get the radius. The formula for area of a circle = ?r2, where ? is 3.14159. I think you would be better off using millimeters or centimeters instead of ft.
YOu divide the Base by half, and then DIvide the area by half of the base to get the height.
If you know the area the divide area by length if you know perimeter subtract it by 2xlength and divide by 2