# Circle Worksheets and Answers

Math Worksheets / Circle Worksheets and Answers

Cazoom has provided a number of worksheets with everything your student or child will need when studying **circles**. Knowing how to **calculate the area and circumference of circles** is an important aspect of math, that is why we have also provided the formulas so each child will soon be an ace at all things circles! Our circle problems worksheets have also been provided with answers. At Cazoom Math we cater to all abilities, therefore you will find circles worksheet suitable for everybody.

## Printable PDF Common Core Circles Worksheets with Answers

Learning the ins and outs of circles is an **important part** of math for your child or student. That is why Cazoom has supplied you with all the relevant **circle worksheets** and **answers**. Everything from area and circumference, radius, angles and tangents are provided for all abilities to whizz through.

### HOW TO DETERMINE THE CIRCUMFERENCE AND AREA OF A CIRCLE?

Very often the circumference and the area of the circle are confused as the same thing, which is totally wrong. To determine the area and circumference of the circle first we need to explain these two terms.

WHAT IS THE CIRCUMFERENCE OF A CIRCLE?

The circumference of a circle is the distance around the outside of a circle. Basically, it is the perimeter like in any other geometric shape, like a square or a triangle. You can say that the circumference of a circle is the line that defines the shape. The main difference is that when a shape is made of straight edges it is called the perimeter, but when it comes to circles is called the circumference. Check out the image below.

### Circumference

There are three defining aspects of every circle:

- The radius
- The diameter
- The circumference

The radius represents the distance from the center of the circle to any point of the circumference.

The diameter of a circle is the distance from one side of the circle to the widest point of the circumference. The diameter always passes through the center of the circle.

When we know the distance of the diameter of the circle it is really easy to calculate the circumference. We just need to multiply the dimeter with pi (irrational number roughly equal to 3,14 written with the symbol π)

**The circumference of a circle = π x diameter (C = πd)**

Also, you can calculate the circumference if you know the radius of a circle. Always remember that the radius is half the length of the diameter. So, in this case C=2πr.

### Example:

The diameter of a circle is 8 cm. Calculate the circumference.

C = 3,14 x 8

C = 25,12

Example 2:

The radius of a circle is 11 cm. Calculate the circumference.

C = 3,14 x 22

C = 69,08

### WHAT IS THE AREA OF A CIRCLE AND WHO TO CALCULATE IT?

The Area of a circle is the region occupied by the circle. To calculate the area of a circle we need to know the radius and diameter of the circle.

If we know the radius of the circle, we can use the following equation to calculate the area of the circle:

**Area of the circle = π x r**^{2}

If we know the diameter of the circle, we can use the following equation to calculate the area of the circle:

**Area of the circle = π x (r/2)**^{2}

### Example:

The radius of a circle equals 3,4 cm. Calculate the area of the circle.

**Area of the circle = 3,14 x 3,4**^{2}

**Area of the circle = 3,14 x 11,56**

**Area of the circle = 36,32 cm**^{2}

### Example:

The diameter of a circle equals 8,2 cm. Calculate the area of the circle.

**Area of the circle = 3,14 x (8,2/2)**^{2}

**Area of the circle = 3,14 x 4,1**^{2}

**Area of the circle = 3,14 x 16,81**

**Area of the circle = 52,81 cm**^{2}