This is a worksheet which asks the student to find the circumference of ten circles using the formula pi x d. Each question gets the student to show how they got their answer step by step and has prompts to help them. Each question differentiates to make the pupils think about what numbers they have to use. Also has pi to 422 decimal places around the border which could be used as a game in class - who can remember pi to as many decimal places as possible. Please leave a comment and let me know how it went. Enjoy!


  • Circumference of a circle worksheet Mr Tasker Maths.pdf

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Created: Feb 1, 2013

Updated: Mar 7, 2014

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    user avatarwindytong4 years agoreport

    Thanks for sharing

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    user avatarGareth15124 years agoreport

    A useful worksheet on calculating the circumference of a circle. 10 standard questions to get pupils practicing using the formula, with a nice worked example at the top for guidance. Thanks for sharing this