qPresents several science projects and science fair ideas using math and measuringq--Provided by publisher.MBTQYIPUa The measured ratio of a circlea#39;s _Avawa#39;|aalt;5 COMP)a; circumference to its diameter is nearly _ constant. In fact, if you measure very -penf-II- a#39; carefully, you will find that ratio is a 4kga. 0a#39; TNa constant that is ... is given by the equation You can use this information to find a formula that will enable you to determine the area of any circle whose diameter or radius you can measure. (A circlea#39;s ... With scissors, cut out the many narrow triangles into which you have divided the circle.
|Title||:||Ace Your Math and Measuring Science Project|
|Publisher||:||Enslow Publishers, Inc. - 2009-06-01|