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science space and astronomy# What is the circumference of a 10 foot diameter circle?

**Circumference**From

**Diameter**

**diameter**of your

**circle**is

**10 feet**, you'd calculate

**10**× 3.14 = 31.4

**feet**as the

**circumference**, or

**10**×3.1415 = 31.415

**feet**if you're asked for a more exactanswer.

Correspondingly, what is the circumference of a 3 foot diameter circle?

**Circumference** = 2*PI*radius = PI***diameter**so your answer is **3***PI **feet** long. If the brass stripencircles the cover, then it goes around the outside edge, or the**circle's circumference**. Since the **diameter** is given,the C = πD = π(**3**) = 3π or approximately**3**(3.14) = 9.42 **feet**.

**circumference**of a

**circle**is the

**diameter**x 3.1416. The

**diameter**of a

**circle**isthe

**circumference**multiplied by 0.31831. The area of a

**circle**is the

**diameter**x

**diameter**x0.7854.

Regarding this, what is the circumference of a 24 inch diameter circle?

If you have the **diameter** measurement, multiply itby pi to find the **circumference**. For example, a wheel with a10-**inch diameter** will have a **circumference** of 10 x3.14, or 31.4 **inches**.

where r is the radius of a **circle**. and thereforeC = πd (where d is the **diameter**). So since d = **5feet**, the **Circumference** of the **circle** is 5π**feet**.