All About Circles Post Test

David Plummer, Vogel Intermediate School

TEK 6.6 C  TAAS Objective 3

1. The circumference of a circle is-
a. The distance around the circle
b. The area inside the circle
c. The line from the center outward
d. A line straight through the circle

2. The diameter of a circle is-
a. A line from the center to the edge of the circle
b. The line that forms the border of a circle
c. The area inside the circle
d. A line that goes from one side of the circle to the other side, straight through the middle

3. The Radius of a circle is-
a. Twice as long as the diameter
b. A line from the center of the circle outward to the edge of the circle
c. Both of these
d. Neither of these

4. This figure П stands for-
a. Eleven
b. Rho
c. Pi
d. Subtract

5. The decimal representation that we use for П is
a. 2.17
b. 3.14
c. 4.28
d. 5.76

6. The formula П R2 gives us
a. The circumference of a circle
b. The Radius of a circle
c. The diameter of a circle
d. The area of a circle

7. The formula П D gives us
a. The circumference of a circle
b. The Radius of a Circle
c. The diameter of a circle
d. The area of a circle

8. The Radius is one half as long as the diameter
a. True
b. False

9. A circle with a diameter of 10 would have a circumference of
a. 31.4
b. 18.75
c. 20
d. 13.8

10. A circle with a radius of 10 would have an area of
a. 208
b. 499
c. 96
d. 314

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