# What is the circumference of a circular disc of radius 14 cm 7?

…….. 88cm .

## How far does a wheel roll in one revolution if its radius is 14 cm?

the distance travelled is. Description for Correct answer: Radius of the wheel = 14 cm. = 2×227×14=1000100mts.

How many times will a wheel of radius 14 cm?

25 times will a wheel rotate to cover a distance.

### What is the circumference of a circular disc of radius 14 cm * 2 points?

So, Circumference of circular disk is 88 cm.

### What is the circumference of a disc?

The circumference of a compact disc is 28.26cm.

How do you measure the diameter of a wheel?

To find the diameter, we can use the formula circumference equals 𝜋 times diameter. And we remember that the diameter of a circle is a line that passes from one side to the other through the center. It’s also equal to twice the radius.

## How is the circumference of a wheel related to the distance traveled?

The circumference of a circle is the total distance around its outside. Circumference equals the diameter of the circle times π (pi), which is about 3.14. One revolution of a wheel will make it move a distance equal to its circumference.

## How to calculate the radius of a circle?

To find the radius from the circumference of a circle, you have to do the following: Divide the circumference by π, or 3.14 for an estimation. The result is the circle’s diameter. Divide the diameter by 2. There you go, you found the circle’s radius. How to measure the circumference? Calculate the circumference as 2 ⨉ radius ⨉ π.

Is the radius of a wheel 28cm or 28cm?

Andy Thompson’s answer has the correct formula, of course. But the “radius” is not necessarily the radius of the wheel but the vertical distance from the ground to the center of your axle, which with a wheel measuring 28cm may not actually be exactly 28cm. Good luck! Seniors using loophole to save for retirement.

### How big is the radius of a bicycle?

The radius of a bicycle is 14cm. What is the distance covered by the wheel after making 50 complete revolutions? After one revolution of wheel, distance covered by bicycle = 2×Pi ×radius =2× (22/7)×14 cm=88 cm. As the wheel goes on revolving, distance covered by bicycle increases.