# How the Orange Found its own Circumference

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• ﻿How the orange found its own circumfrence
• Today we will be finding the circumference of the ferris wheel.﻿
• ﻿The black line represents the diameter. If you divide the diameter by 2, you get the radius which is 4 meters.
• 8 meters﻿
• The radius is used for almost all equations involving circles. The radius can be used to find the circumference and ﻿area of a circle.
• ﻿4 meters
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• ﻿8 meters
• The formula for finding the circumference is 2﻿πr (r means radius and π equals 3.14)
• ﻿If the radius is 4, you multiply it by two and you get 8. Then take 8 and multiply it by 3.14 and you get 25.12 meters which would be your circumference.
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