Assuming X=360, is it possible to find the area and circumference of the circle? And, if so, how?
TIA!
Hi there, I don't think it is possible to find the measurements you require.
On the condition that the triangle with hypotenuse X had shorter sides that were equal then maybe it would be.
Therefore if x = 360 units in length then the radius is 246.6
Circumerence is $\displaystyle 2\pi\times r = 2\pi\times 246.6 \approx 1549 $ units
Area is $\displaystyle \pi\times r^2 = \pi\times 246.6^2 \approx 190948 $ units squared
How, using pythagora's theorem.
Hi quickquestion,
The solution is fairly simple...
Radius = X
look at the bounding rectangle you have around X
The other diagonal is equal to the radius and also equal to X
Therefore the Radius is equal to X.
Circumference = 2*pi*X = 2 * 3.14 * 360 = 2261.9
Area = pi * X * X = 3.14 * 360 * 360 = 407150.4