What is the area of a circle with a radius of 10 ft?

Area of a 10′ radius circle

314.16 | square feet |

45,239 | square inches |

29.186 | square meters |

291,864 | square centimeters |

(results may be rounded)

The area of a circle is pi times the square of its radius.

**Area = π * Radius ^{2}**

The radius of a circle is the distance from the center to any edge. It is half of the diameter.

Circle Area by Radius

(results are rounded)

Radius | ft^{2} |
in^{2} |
m^{2} |
---|---|---|---|

10′0″ | 314.2 | 45,239 | 29.19 |

10′1″ | 319.4 | 45,996 | 29.67 |

10′2″ | 324.7 | 46,759 | 30.17 |

10′3″ | 330.1 | 47,529 | 30.66 |

10′4″ | 335.5 | 48,305 | 31.16 |

10′5″ | 340.9 | 49,087 | 31.67 |

Radius | ft^{2} |
in^{2} |
m^{2} |
---|---|---|---|

10′6″ | 346.4 | 49,876 | 32.18 |

10′7″ | 351.9 | 50,671 | 32.69 |

10′8″ | 357.4 | 51,472 | 33.21 |

10′9″ | 363.1 | 52,279 | 33.73 |

10′10″ | 368.7 | 53,093 | 34.25 |

10′11″ | 374.4 | 53,913 | 34.78 |

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