# What part of a circle is round?

is it the inside or the ousitde, im so confused

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- Born YesterdayLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
Circles have lots of important parts and properties.

You have Yahoo! Answers, YouTube, and the internet

to find them all.

The round part is the circumference.

The inside is a disc (or a hole)

The outside really isn't part of the circle.

Actually, a circle is as simple as it's

circumference.

- 11 months ago
None of it. Think of an octagon, its kind of circular right? now think of a decagon, even more circular right? A circle is just a polygon but with an infinite number of sides. So none of it is round.

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- ideaquestLv 711 months ago
Definition of a Circle:

A round plane figure whose boundary (the circumference) consists of points equidistant from a fixed point (the centre).

Q: Which part of the circle is round?

A: The part that satisfies the definition above.

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- MarkLv 711 months ago
The whole thing. Do you think you're being witty? (You aren't.)

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