What part of a circle is round?

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is it the inside or the ousitde, im so confused

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• 11 months ago
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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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• 11 months ago

the bottom part.

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• 11 months ago

every part is round

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• David
Lv 7
11 months ago

The circumference of a circle is a round shape.

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• 11 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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• 11 months ago

The periphery of the circle is round.

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• 11 months ago

The curved part.

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• 11 months ago

i think all of it

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• Mark
Lv 7
11 months ago

The whole thing. Do you think you're being witty? (You aren't.)

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