### We found 153 resources with the concept area of circles

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#### Find the Radius of a Circle Given the Area (Example)

For Students 7th - 11th Standards
Work backwards if you dare. Scholars view a video to learn how to apply the area formula of a circle to solve problems. They watch an example where the focus is finding the radius of a circle given its area, requiring the use of inverse...
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#### Scale City — Scaling up Recipes and Circles in the Real World

For Students 6th - 7th Standards
What a great big skillet you have. The resource introduces the class to the world's largest stainless steel skillet. The class creates a model of the skillet and a typical 12-inch skillet and compares the relative sizes of their areas....
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#### Strings and Areas

For Students 9th - 11th Standards
You'd be surprised what you can do with a string! The constraint is the length of string, and the task is to maximize area. Given a series of composite shapes, learners must create a formula for the maximum area for a specified...
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#### Module 5: Circles A Geometric Perspective

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Circles, circles, everywhere! Pupils learn all about circles, central angles, inscribed angles, circle theorems, arc length, area of sectors, and radian measure using a set of 12 lessons. They then discover volume formulas through...
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#### Area of a Semi-Circle

For Students 7th - 10th Standards
Short, but to the point, an informative resource does the job! A quick video lesson describes how to calculate the area of a semi-circle. Learners watch the video tutorial and then practice with the included practice problems.
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#### Area of a Sector

For Students 9th - 11th Standards
It's the skill where fractions and circles must work together. A thorough lesson models the process of finding the area of a sector using a radius and angle. The narrator extends instruction to include finding a radius of a circle from a...
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#### Area of Compound Shapes

For Students 6th - 10th Standards
Composite figures—because everything isn't shaped like a rectangle, triangle, or circle. Learners practice separating compound shapes into something more manageable. A video shows them how to make the calculations, and worksheets give...
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For Teachers 6th - 10th Standards
It's all about the portion size! Given a photo of a pumpkin pie, learners work to determine the number of calories that are missing. Supplemental information provides the angle of the piece that is missing as well as the nutritional...
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#### Car Caravan

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Keep playing with those old toy cars! Pupils estimate the number of toy cars in an art installation. The only information they receive is a picture showing the toy cars arranged in concentric rings and the diameter of the overall...
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#### Volcano

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
This resource will blow your mind! Young mathematicians estimate the rate of volcanic lava flow by watching a video. They apply the rate formula to determine how long it would take the lava to reach a city. Let's hope everyone gets out...
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#### Penny Circle

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
Watch as your classes buy into a rich lesson full of information. A video opener challenges individuals to determine the number of pennies that fit in a circle with a 22-inch diameter. Using lesson materials, scholars collect data and...
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#### Coins in a Circle

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Round and round you'll go! Learners watch as different-sized circles fill with coins. They collect data and then make a prediction about the number of coins that will fit in a large circular rug.
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#### Apple Mothership

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Explore Apple's spaceship office building. Built in the shape of a circle, the office building offers a unique floor plan challenge. Young scholars use the dimensions of the building to estimate the square footage for each employee.
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#### Best Circle

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Drawing the perfect circle is harder than one would think! What makes a circle a circle and how can you define that with a formula? Young mathematicians devise their own methods of analyzing the imperfections of circle drawings. Using...
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#### Calculating Area of a Circle: Lesson

For Students 6th - 11th Standards
It really is as easy as pi. The segment of a massive geometry playlist points out that the formula for the area of a circle is a relatively simple one. Using the formula, the presenter shows examples of finding the area of circles.
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#### Volume by Disks: The Vase Case

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Finding the volume is an integral characteristic of a vase. Using the idea that summing the areas of cross-sectional disks will calculate the volume of a rotational solid, pupils find the volume of a vase. Scholars determine the interval...
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#### Discovering the Formulas for Circumference and Area of a Circle

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Find formulas using direct measurements and reconstruction. Groups use diagrams of circles and measure their circumferences. With several examples, classmates determine the constant of variation, pi. Pupils continue exploring circle...
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#### Restricted Domain and Range: Restricted Circle Radius and Area

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
There's no restriction to how much your class can learn about domain and range. Users of an interactive adjust the radius of a circle to see its effects on the area. They note how restrictions in the domain (radius) relate to...
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#### A Pi-ece of Florida History

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
It's often said that you can find any number in pi. Individuals first find several important years in Florida history within the digits of pi. They then estimate volumes of people by modeling them as cylinders.
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#### Linear Equations: Deep Dish Pizza

For Students 6th - 9th Standards
Explore the volume of solids with a real-life connection. Learners calculate the volume of a deep-dish slice of pizza to determine its price. They model the slice as a part of a cylinder and create a formula for calculating the cost.
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#### Circles, Circumference and Area

For Students 4th - 8th Standards
Put pi to work. The video provides the formulas for the circumference and area of circles. Using the formulas, the presenter shows how to distinguish the two using units. The discussion leads to the second formula for finding the...
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#### Essence of Calculus, Chapter 1

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Dive into the essence of calculus. The first installment of an 11-part playlist introduces the video series by looking at the area of a circle and the area under curves. The narrator explains how to look at calculus as taking a hard...
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#### Proof Without Words: The Circle

For Students 9th - 12th
Showing is better than telling in a short demonstration video to find the area of a circle. The silent narrator transforms the circle, made from ball chain, into a triangle you can measure with a ruler, labeling quantities each step of...
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#### Deriving the Sector Area Formula

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Define the area sector as a fractional part of the area of a circle. Scholars write a formula they can use to find the area of a sector and define any variables used in the formula. The class members explain and justify the formula they...