# Calculating Area and Perimeter of Circles

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## 20 Questions

### If the radius of a circle is 5, what is its area?

A = $$25\pi$$

### What is the formula for calculating the area of a circle?

A = $$\pi r^2$$

P = 2\pi r

P = 24\pi

### What is the relationship between the radius and the diameter of a circle?

The diameter is twice the length of the radius

### What can you say about the area of a circle if the radius is negative?

The area of a circle is always positive

### Is the area of a circle the area between the circle and the center of the circle?

No, the area of a circle is the area of the surface of the circle

### How can you find the radius of a circle if you know its diameter?

Divide the diameter by 2

### How is the area of a circle related to the area of a cylinder?

The area of a circle is the area of the base of a cylinder with a height equal to the radius of the circle

### What shape does the area of a circle represent?

The area of the base of a cylinder

Central Asia

Silk

Caspian Sea

### Apart from silk, which other goods were commonly traded on the Silk Road?

Carpets and precious stones

207 BCE – 220 CE

### What was one of the cultural impacts of the Silk Road on Central Asia?

Introduction of glass making from the Mediterranean into Central Asia

### During which centuries did the silk making culture begin to spread from China into Central Asia and Persia?

5th and 6th centuries

### What impact did the spread of glass making have on the regions along the Silk Road?

Enhanced cultural exchange and technological development

### In addition to cultural diffusion, what else was shared along the Silk Road?

Religious ideas and information

### How did the sharing of silk making culture impact Central Asia?

It empowered Central Asians to begin making silk in their own cultural designs

## Area and Perimeter

### Area

The area of a circle is the surface area that the circle covers. It is calculated using the formula:

$$A = \pi r^2$$

where $$A$$ is the area of the circle and $$r$$ is the radius of the circle. The area of a circle is always positive, even if the radius is negative. The square of the radius is always positive, so the product of $$\pi$$ and the square of the radius is always positive.

The area of a circle is the area of the surface of the circle, not the area between the circle and the center of the circle. In other words, the area of a circle is the area of the base of a cylinder with a height equal to the radius of the circle.

#### Area of Circles with Diameter

If you know the diameter of a circle, you can find the radius by dividing the diameter by 2. Once you have the radius, you can use the formula above to find the area of the circle.

#### Area of Circles with Radius

If you know the radius of a circle, you can use the formula above to find the area of the circle.

### Perimeter

The perimeter of a circle is the distance around the circle. It is calculated using the formula:

$$P = 2\pi r$$

where $$P$$ is the perimeter of the circle and $$r$$ is the radius of the circle.

#### Perimeter of Circles with Diameter

If you know the diameter of a circle, you can find the radius by dividing the diameter by 2. Once you have the radius, you can use the formula above to find the perimeter of the circle.

#### Perimeter of Circles with Radius

If you know the radius of a circle, you can use the formula above to find the perimeter of the circle.

In conclusion, to calculate the area and perimeter of a circle, you need to know either the radius or the diameter of the circle. Once you have this information, you can use the formulas provided to find the area and perimeter of the circle.

This quiz covers the formulas for calculating the area and perimeter of circles. It explains how to calculate the area using the formula A = π r^2 and the perimeter using the formula P = 2π r. The quiz also provides information on finding the radius from the diameter and using radius directly to find the area and perimeter.

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