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Find the Area and Circumference of a Circle.
Tweedle-dee-dum and Tweedle-dee-dee,
Around the circle is pi times d,
But if the area is declared,
Think of the formula pi "r" squared.
"Around the circle" is the circumference.
Circumference = pi x d (diameter).
Area = pi x r(radius) squared.
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