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## What is perimeter called?

The total length of the boundary of any closed 2-dimensional shape is called its perimeter. In the case of a circle, we call it circumference.

## What is the name of the perimeter of a circle group of answer choices?

The longest chord in a circle is the circle’s diameter. If the diameter=2r is 10, the radius (r) is 5. The circumference is a special word for the perimeter of a circle. The circumference of a circle is given in the formula Circumference=2πr=π·d.

**What is the perimeter of shapes?**

The perimeter of a shape is the total measurement of all the edges of a shape e.g. a triangle has three edges, so its perimeter is the total of those three edges added together.

**What’s the perimeter of an oval?**

How do you Find the Perimeter of an Ellipse? Answer: When a equals b, the ellipse is a circle, and the perimeter of an ellipse is 2πa (62.832… in our example). When b equals 0 (the shape is two lines back and forth) the perimeter of an ellipse is 4a (40 in our example).

### What is the perimeter of a quarter circle?

To find the perimeter of the quarter circle, find the circumference of the whole circle, divide by 4, and then add the radius twice. To find the radius when you are given the area of the quarter circle, multiply the given area by 4, then plug this number in for A into the formula A = pi * r^2 and then solve for r.

### What is meant by perimeter of a circle?

Circumference of the circle or perimeter of the circle is the measurement of the boundary of the circle. If we open a circle and make a straight line out of it, then its length is the circumference. It is usually measured in units, such as cm or unit m.

**How do u find the perimeter of a circle?**

Learn that the perimeter of a circle has its own special name, called “circumference.” The symbol is a capital C. It is calculated using the formula Pi x diameter, or 3.14 x d = C. It can also be calculated by Pi x (2 x radius) = C or 3.14 x (2 x r) = C.

**How do I find the perimeter of a circle?**