Q:# What is the volume of a circle?

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**A circle does not have a volume.** The volume of an object is the measurement of how much an object holds. It is a cubic measurement and does not apply to two-dimensional objects such as circles.

The formula for determining volume varies with the shape of the object. A cylinder that has a circular base has volume because it is three dimensional. The formula for determining its volume is pi times the radius of the circular base squared times the height of the cylinder. The area of a circle is found by the formula pi times the radius squared. Pi is equal to approximately 3.14, and the radius is half of the circle's diameter.

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## What are some properties of a circle?

A:A circle is defined as the set of all points in a plane that are the same distance from another point, which is called the center of the circle. When these points are connected, they form a closed curve. The equation for a circle on the Cartesian coordinate plane is x squared plus y squared equals r squared, where r is the radius of the circle.

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## What is a circle's eccentricity?

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Full Answer >**The eccentricity of a circle is zero.**For a curved shape such as an ellipse, parabola or hyperbola, the eccentricity indicates how far away the shape is from being a circle. The more circular the shape is, the smaller the eccentricity. However, the flatter it is, the greater the eccentricity.Filed Under: - Q:
## How do you cut a circle into eight pieces with three cuts?

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Full Answer >**According to Programmer Interview, the circle must be cut into quarters using the first two cuts, and then the quarters must be stacked into one pile before making the last cut.**This is done by stacking the pieces of the circle.Filed Under: - Q:
## Why is a circle 360 degrees?

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Full Answer >**It was the Babylonians who first divided the circle into 360 degrees in order to integrate the geometry they developed with the 360-day calendar then in use.**The Babylonians devised a counting system based not on units of 10 but on units of 60, which can be counted to on the 12 knuckles of one hand and the five fingers of the other.Filed Under: