The area of a circle calculator helps you to calculate the area of a circle with the diameter, radius and circumference of a circle.

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## Area of a Circle

The area of a circle is defined as the amount of space it takes to completely surround the circle. It is calculated by the equation A = πr2, where A is the area, r is the radius, and π is the constant pi (approximately 3.14159).

## Area of a Circle formula

The formula for the area of a circle is:

Based on | Area of Circle |
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Radius | A = π(r)² = π(radius)² |

Diameter | A = π(D/2)² = π(dimater/2)² |

Circumference | A = C²/4π = circumference²/4π |

## Example

**Example.1:-The radius of a circle is 10 cm, find its area of a circle.**

**Answer:- **Area = πr² = 22/7 * (10)² = 314.15 cm².

**Example. 2 The circumference of a circle is 20 cm, find its circle area.**

**Answer:- **Circumference of circle = 2πr = 20 cm

radius = 10/π

Area = πr² = π * (10/ π)² = 100/π = 31.83 cm².

**Example.3:-The diameter of a circle is 20cm, find its area.**

**Answer:- **diameter = radius/2 ⇨ radius = diameter/2 = 20/2 = 10 cm.

Area = πr² = π * (10)² = 314.15 cm².

## FAQ

### What is the area based on diameter?

Divide the diameter by 2 to obtain the radius of the circle. Then, square the radius and multiply it by π to calculate the area.

Area = π(diamter/2)²

where, π (pi) = 3.14159.

### What is the area of a 20mm diameter circle

To calculate the area of a circle with a 20 mm diameter, you can use the formula

Area = π * (diameter/2)²

Let’s calculate it step by step:

Radius = diameter/2 = 20 mm / 2 = 10 mm

Area = π * (10 mm)²

Area ≈ 3.14159 * 100 mm²

Area ≈ 314.159 mm²

Therefore, the area of a circle with a 20 mm diameter is approximately 314.159 square millimetres.

## How to use the area of a circle calculator

First select the three options of circle- radius, diameter and circumference of a circle then enter the value and select unit then click the calculate button you get an answer in the area of a circle