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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Total Surface Area of a Cone
Total Surface Area=pi*Radius*(Radius+sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2)) GO
Lateral Surface Area of a Cone
Lateral Surface Area=pi*Radius*sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2) GO
Surface Area of a Capsule
Surface Area=2*pi*Radius*(2*Radius+Side) GO
Volume of a Capsule
Volume=pi*(Radius)^2*((4/3)*Radius+Side) GO
Volume of a Circular Cone
Volume=(1/3)*pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Base Surface Area of a Cone
Base Surface Area=pi*Radius^2 GO
Top Surface Area of a Cylinder
Top Surface Area=pi*Radius^2 GO
Volume of a Circular Cylinder
Volume=pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Area of a Circle when radius is given
Area of Circle=pi*Radius^2 GO
Volume of a Hemisphere
Volume=(2/3)*pi*(Radius)^3 GO
Volume of a Sphere
Volume=(4/3)*pi*(Radius)^3 GO

7 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Central angle when radius and length for major arc are given
Central Angle=Length of Major Arc/Radius GO
Central angle when radius and length for minor arc are given
Central Angle=Length of Minor Arc/Radius GO
Central angle of n-sided polygon
Central Angle=(2*pi)/Number of sides GO
Angle formed at circumference when angle formed at centre subtended by same arc is known
Central Angle=2*Inscribed Angle GO
Central angle when measure of arc intercepted is given
Central Angle=1*Arc Length GO
Angle subtended by given arc at centre
Central Angle=Arc Length GO
Angle formed at centre when angle formed at other point on circumference is known
Central Angle=2*Angle A GO

Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given Formula

Central Angle=(Area of Sector*2)/(Radius^2)
θ=(Asec*2)/(r^2)
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Area of a Sector GO
Inscribed angle of the circle when the central angle of the circle is given GO
Inscribed angle when other inscribed angle is given GO
Arc length of the circle when central angle and radius are given GO
Area of the sector when radius and central angle are given GO
Area of sector when radius and central angle are given GO
Angle formed at centre when angle formed at other point on circumference is known GO
Angle formed at circumference when angle formed at centre subtended by same arc is known GO
Angle of intersection between two circles GO
Angle inscribed by given arc GO
Angle subtended by given arc at centre GO
Angle subtended to exterior of circle by given arc GO
Angle subtended inside a circle by given intersecting lines and arcs GO
Angle formed by an intersecting tangent and chord GO

What is the real-life application of circles?

One application of circles in science is in the design of particle separators. The Large Hadron Collider in Europe is a tunnel in the shape of a circle. This shape helps force the particles to move. NASA uses pi ― the ratio of the circumference to the diameter ― in several applications.

How to Calculate Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given?

Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given calculator uses Central Angle=(Area of Sector*2)/(Radius^2) to calculate the Central Angle, The Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given formula is defined as the quotient when the product of area of the given sector and 2 is divided by the square of the radius of the circle. Central Angle and is denoted by θ symbol.

How to calculate Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given, enter Area of Sector (Asec) and Radius (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 132.9828 = (0.0376*2)/(0.18^2).

FAQ

What is Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given?
The Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given formula is defined as the quotient when the product of area of the given sector and 2 is divided by the square of the radius of the circle and is represented as θ=(Asec*2)/(r^2) or Central Angle=(Area of Sector*2)/(Radius^2). Area of Sector is the area of the portion of a circle that is enclosed between its two radii and the arc adjoining them. The most common sector of a circle is a semi-circle which represents half of a circle and Radius is a radial line from the focus to any point of a curve.
How to calculate Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given?
The Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given formula is defined as the quotient when the product of area of the given sector and 2 is divided by the square of the radius of the circle is calculated using Central Angle=(Area of Sector*2)/(Radius^2). To calculate Angle formed at the centre when area of sector is given, you need Area of Sector (Asec) and Radius (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Area of Sector and Radius and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Central Angle?
In this formula, Central Angle uses Area of Sector and Radius. We can use 7 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Central Angle=Length of Major Arc/Radius
  • Central Angle=Length of Minor Arc/Radius
  • Central Angle=1*Arc Length
  • Central Angle=2*Angle A
  • Central Angle=2*Inscribed Angle
  • Central Angle=(2*pi)/Number of sides
  • Central Angle=Arc Length
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