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Using the properties of a circle to solve problems
This resource describes how to use the formulas for the circumference and area of a circle to find the circumference, diameter or area. (Note: all measurement are in imperial units and would have to be changed to metric when presenting to students.)
Additional details 

Year level(s)  Year 7 

Audience  Teacher 
Purpose  Content knowledge, Teaching resource 
Format  Web page 
Teaching strategies and pedagogical approaches  Explicit teaching 
Keywords  Circle, Circumference, Pi, Area, Diameter, Radius 
Curriculum alignment 

Curriculum connections  Critical and creative thinking, Numeracy 
Strand and focus  Space 
Topics  Angles and geometric reasoning 
AC: Mathematics (V9.0) content descriptions 
AC9M7M03
Describe the relationship between π and the features of circles including the circumference, radius and diameter 
Numeracy progression 
Understanding units of measurement (P9)

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Organisation  Lumen 
Copyright  © Lumen Learning. Creative Commons BY 4.0. 
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