## Area & Circumference of Circles. Worksheet

by Tristanjones

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To be used after both area and Circumference has been taught as a consolidation lesson or as a revision lesson towards exam time.

This worksheet also includes compound shapes made with circles.

Many thanks to Lois Lewington for correcting a few repeats and providing the solutions to the questions for us.

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Set max radius size and then click on any of the four boxes - pupils must write down the other three values (I usually give them mini whiteboards) ... click on the boxes to see the solutions. This allows practice of calculating/estimating area and circumference if you know the radius or diameter or vice versa.

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