# Circle Worksheets

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2. Geometry >
3. Circles

Embrace extensive practice with our circle worksheets. Start by identifying parts of a circle and understanding the relation between radius and diameter and progress to calculating the area and circumference and so on. Use the answer key to check solutions. Amp up your practice sessions with our free worksheets!

Parts of a Circle - Charts

Pin up these colorful and engaging charts in your classroom or at home to assist young learners in identifying the different parts of a circle. Reviewing regularly is important to effective learning.

Labeling Parts of Circles

The words in the box represent different parts of a circle. Identify what each term refers to in relation to the circle, and write the correct word next to each corresponding part of the circle.

Identifying Parts of Circles | Easy

Monitor children in grade 6 and grade 7 as they solve this easy exercise featured in our parts of a circle worksheet. They will practice identifying the center, diameter, and few other parts in every circle.

Identifying Parts of Circles | Moderate

Introduce our pdf resource featuring moderately difficult exercises, and let young learners take on the challenge of accurately recognizing the center, chord, radius, tangent, diameter, and secant of a circle.

Finding Radius and Diameter | Whole Numbers

Observe the circle and identify which measure is given. If the radius is provided, multiply it by two to obtain the diameter. If the diameter is provided, divide it by two to find the radius.

• Customary Units
• Metric Units

Identifying Radius or Diameter - Grid | Level 1

Depicting figures in grids, these worksheets on finding the radius and diameter of a circle task 7th grade and 8th grade children with determining the radius or diameter using the given common unit.

• Customary Units
• Metric Units

Identifying Radius or Diameter - Grid | Level 2

Upgrade your efficiency in identifying the radius and diameter of a circle to proficiency with this moderately difficult exercise. Determine the radius or diameter of circles using the given varying units.

• Customary Units
• Metric Units

Finding Radius and Diameter | Decimals

Excel in calculating the radius and diameter of a circle with these printable practice sheets featuring decimal dimensions. When converting between radius and diameter, use the formulas: 𝑑 = 2𝑟 and 𝑟 = 𝑑/2.

• Customary Units
• Metric Units

Area and Circumference Worksheets

Check out our area and circumference of circle worksheets to become proficient in calculating the area and circumference of circles. Practice finding a circle's circumference from its area, and vice versa.

Arc Length of a Sector Worksheets

Can you find the arc length (L) of a circle section? With our arc length of a sector worksheets, you can calculate it using the angle θ the arc subtends. Use the formula L = rθ, where r is the sector's radius.

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