This is question from NCERT book class 9. I want the solution before 18 hours. Because next day I have exam.

This is question from NCERT book class 9. I want the solution before 18 hours. Because next day I have exam.

Find the radius of the circle which circumscribes a square of side 10cm.

I managed to do all the questions apart from this one, and have no idea how to even start it

The answer is 45.Please send the complete solution.

Teacher, I ever heard that Tau was the one true circle constant. Then 2Pi? Aren't they same ?

Find the degree measure of the arc of a sector whose area is 18π square units given that the length of the radius is 12 units

a. What is the radius of the circle? b. What is the circumference? c. Since there are 40 stones located on the circumference, how far apart are the centers of the stones? The stones are all...

help asap

The equation of a circle is x^2+y^2-2x+6y+3=0. What are the coordinates of the center and the length of the radius of the circle.

The measure of ∠1 = 45 90 180

I learned a method of constructing tangents to a circle O from an external point P which involves (a) drawing segment OP, (b) finding the midpoint M of OP, (c) constructing circle M with radius MP,...

Draw an appropriate figure

There are no additional details

If I have a circle A and a circle B, and they are intersecting, how can I find the point along circle A's circumference that is closest to the center of circle B knowing the radius and x and y position...

Standard form to general form

This is the whole question. On a coordinate plane, a circle passes through the points (x, y) and (-x, y). Which of the following represents the area of the circle? A. 4πx B...

A segment of a circle has a 120 arc and a chord of 8in. Find the area of the segment.

A cell phone tower sends a signal 3 miles in all directions. If you are driving on a raod that goes straight from 3.5 miles north of the tower to a location 4 miles west of the tower, during what...

1. Why is circle 1 similar to circle 2? Circle 1: center (−1, 10) and radius 4.8 Circle 2: center (−1, 10) and radius 1.2 A) Circle 1 is a dilation of circle 2 with...

cant use trignumetry Difficult questions Based on areas of circles