Enter the radius into the calculator to determine the coverage area of a circle.

## Circle Coverage Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the coverage area of a circle.

A = π * r^2

Variables:

• A is the area of the circle (square units) π is a constant approximately equal to 3.14159 r is the radius of the circle (units)

To calculate the coverage area of a circle, square the radius of the circle, then multiply the result by π. The result is the area of the circle.

## What is a Circle Coverage?

Circle Coverage refers to the area that is covered or encompassed within a circular shape or boundary. In different contexts, it could mean the geographical area covered by a particular service or signal (like a cell tower or satellite), the area a security camera can monitor, or the reach of a particular marketing campaign. The term is used to denote the extent or range of something within a circular parameter.

## How to Calculate Circle Coverage?

The following steps outline how to calculate the Area of a Circle using the given formula.

1. First, determine the value of π (approximately 3.14159).
2. Next, determine the value of the radius of the circle (r).
3. Next, square the value of the radius (r^2).
4. Then, multiply the squared radius by the value of π (A = π * r^2).
5. Finally, calculate the Area of the Circle (A).
6. After inserting the values and calculating the result, check your answer with a calculator.

Example Problem:

Use the following variables as an example problem to test your knowledge.

π (constant) = 3.14159