What is the area of a circle with a **DIAMETER** of 10 meters (radius of 5 meters)? How big is a 10 meter circle?

Area of a 10m diameter circle

78.540 | square meters |

785,398 | square centimeters |

0.0078540 | hectares |

121,737 | square inches |

845.40 | square feet |

93.933 | square yards |

0.019408 | acres |

(results may be rounded)

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

**Area = π * (Diameter / 2) ^{2}**

The diameter of a circle is the distance from one edge to the other, passing through the center. It is twice the radius.

Circle Area by Diameter

(results are rounded)

Diameter | m^{2} |
ft^{2} |
---|---|---|

10.0 m | 78.54 | 845.4 |

10.1 m | 80.12 | 862.4 |

10.2 m | 81.71 | 879.5 |

10.3 m | 83.32 | 896.9 |

10.4 m | 84.95 | 914.4 |

Diameter | m^{2} |
ft^{2} |
---|---|---|

10.5 m | 86.59 | 932.0 |

10.6 m | 88.25 | 949.9 |

10.7 m | 89.92 | 967.9 |

10.8 m | 91.61 | 986.1 |

10.9 m | 93.31 | 1,004 |