You are going to see everything you need to know about circumfrece. How to do it, and different ways you can do it. You will also see an example on how to do a problem using circumference. You will also see some pictures. You will learn how to do problems using circumference. My math music video on circumference shows that it relates to the real world because i give examples on where you will need to use it, or where you will find it. The only problem i came up with while making my math music video on circumference is that i didnt know how to make the music on Garage Band. I tackled this problem by asking Tram Vo and Rachel Plenncer. I asked for help. I think my video met all of the requirements. It even rhymes.

MAKING THE BIOPOEM WAS HARD. IT TOOK A LOT OF HARD WORK. WE MANAGED TO DO IT.

circumference

easy,fun,exciting and awesome

relates to math, baking pies, hoop earings.

pies on the street, math class and when humans make lakes.

likes pies,clocks and holes,numbers and multiplying

you do diameter multiply it by pie. if you don't know the diameter you do radius times two then take the number and multiply it by pie.

you use it to see how big a pie is, to know what size earing you want and to see how big a man hole is.

circumference. you do not have to do so much work.

affects making holes, making ponds, jobs, making earings, baking,bottle caps, how big a tunnel is,pipes, seeing how big a toilet seat is and if your buying a hat, you want to see how big the hole is to see if it fits you.

easy,fun,exciting and awesome

circumference.

uncomplicated,addicting ,simple and useful

diameter= the line that runs all the way across the circle.

radius=line that runs halfway across the circle.

Example(s):

1) Diameter=5in
pie=3.14
what you do is take 5 in and multiply it by pie. and then the number you get is you answer and in this case it would be 15.7

2)If they dont give you the diameter and they give you the radius you take the radius and you take the radius and you multiply it by itself and then you take that and multiply it by pie which is 3.14.
radius= 3
pie=3.14
3x3=9 9x3.14=28.26

(Peace Out)

p.s The "new" biopoem is different than this one. We had to make it better.

DOING CIRCUMFERENCE PROBLEMS IN SCHOOL INSPIRED US.

## You are going to see everything you need to know about circumfrece. How to do it, and different ways you can do it. You will also see an example on how to do a problem using circumference. You will also see some pictures. You will learn how to do problems using circumference. My math music video on circumference shows that it relates to the real world because i give examples on where you will need to use it, or where you will find it. The only problem i came up with while making my math music video on circumference is that i didnt know how to make the music on Garage Band. I tackled this problem by asking Tram Vo and Rachel Plenncer. I asked for help. I think my video met all of the requirements. It even rhymes.

MAKING THE BIOPOEM WAS HARD. IT TOOK A LOT OF HARD WORK. WE MANAGED TO DO IT.## circumference

## easy,fun,exciting and awesome

## relates to math, baking pies, hoop earings.

## pies on the street, math class and when humans make lakes.

## likes pies,clocks and holes,numbers and multiplying

## you do diameter multiply it by pie. if you don't know the diameter you do radius times two then take the number and multiply it by pie.

## you use it to see how big a pie is, to know what size earing you want and to see how big a man hole is.

## circumference. you do not have to do so much work.

## affects making holes, making ponds, jobs, making earings, baking,bottle caps, how big a tunnel is,pipes, seeing how big a toilet seat is and if your buying a hat, you want to see how big the hole is to see if it fits you.

## easy,fun,exciting and awesome

## circumference.

## uncomplicated,addicting ,simple and useful

## diameter= the line that runs all the way across the circle.

## radius=line that runs halfway across the circle.

## Example(s):

1) Diameter=5inpie=3.14

what you do is take 5 in and multiply it by pie. and then the number you get is you answer and in this case it would be 15.7

2)If they dont give you the diameter and they give you the radius you take the radius and you take the radius and you multiply it by itself and then you take that and multiply it by pie which is 3.14.

radius= 3

pie=3.14

3x3=9 9x3.14=28.26

## (Peace Out)

## p.s The "new" biopoem is different than this one. We had to make it better.

DOING CIRCUMFERENCE PROBLEMS IN SCHOOL INSPIRED US.