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The animation starts with a circle (yellow) with its diameter (**d**) shown as a black arrow. From this black diameter, arise three lines (1 blue, 2 purple and 3 red) which migrate outwards to map to the edge of the circle. These three diameter lengths almost completely go around the circle but they leave a small gap at the bottom (0.14159 of a diameter). These three diameter lengths + their shortfall then unwrap to form a straight line (green) of length d x 3.14159. When the diameter is 1, then the circumference is π.

Try our circle and area calculator to derive various values from different starting points.

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