Hello, Bowloflol!

There's more to it, but for the sake of simplicity we'll just say

I'm drawing a circle on a sheet of graph paper by filling in squares.

The circumference of the circle is 201 squares on the x and y axes.

I cannot for the life of me figure out how to make the thing round without it looking really janky.

If someone could give me a formula to work with that'd be great,

because then I could do this on my own from here on out.

I have "typed" diagrams for math probems

. . and usually get reasonable results.

Here is my grid for making a circle.

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I don't know how you'll plot 201 points (an odd number).

Could you just say "The perimeter is 201 units"?