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Area of Circle=Area of Sector*(360/Central Angle) GO

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### Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area Formula

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## What is Sector of Circle?

Sector of Circle is the portion of circle enclosed between two radii of circle. It divides the circle into two regions, namely Major and Minor Sector. The smaller area is known as the Minor Sector, whereas the region having a greater area is known as Major Sector.

## How to Calculate Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area?

Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area calculator uses radius of circle=sqrt((Area of Sector*2)/Subtended Angle in Radians) to calculate the radius of circle, Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area can be found by taking square root of division of twice the area of sector by arc angle. radius of circle and is denoted by r symbol.

How to calculate Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area, enter Area of Sector (Asec) and Subtended Angle in Radians (θ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.04448 = sqrt((0.0376*2)/179.908747671112).

### FAQ

What is Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area?
Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area can be found by taking square root of division of twice the area of sector by arc angle and is represented as r=sqrt((Asec*2)/θ) or radius of circle=sqrt((Area of Sector*2)/Subtended Angle in Radians). 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 Subtended Angle in radians is the angle made by something from a given viewpoint.
How to calculate Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area?
Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area can be found by taking square root of division of twice the area of sector by arc angle is calculated using radius of circle=sqrt((Area of Sector*2)/Subtended Angle in Radians). To calculate Radius of Circle from Arc Angle and Area, you need Area of Sector (Asec) and Subtended Angle in Radians (θ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Area of Sector and Subtended Angle in Radians 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 radius of circle?
In this formula, radius of circle uses Area of Sector and Subtended Angle in Radians. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows - 