What is the area of a circle with a **DIAMETER** of 37 feet (radius of 18.5 feet)? How big is a 37 foot circle?

Area of a 37′ diameter circle

1,075.2 | square feet |

154,830 | square inches |

119.47 | square yards |

0.024683 | acres |

99.890 | square meters |

998,903 | square centimeters |

0.0099890 | hectares |

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

37′0″ | 1,075 | 154,830 | 99.89 |

37′1″ | 1,080 | 155,528 | 100.3 |

37′2″ | 1,085 | 156,228 | 100.8 |

37′3″ | 1,090 | 156,930 | 101.2 |

37′4″ | 1,095 | 157,633 | 101.7 |

37′5″ | 1,100 | 158,337 | 102.2 |

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

37′6″ | 1,104 | 159,043 | 102.6 |

37′7″ | 1,109 | 159,751 | 103.1 |

37′8″ | 1,114 | 160,460 | 103.5 |

37′9″ | 1,119 | 161,171 | 104.0 |

37′10″ | 1,124 | 161,883 | 104.4 |

37′11″ | 1,129 | 162,597 | 104.9 |