A circle is the set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from a given point, called the center.
This distance from the center is called the radius, and it determines how big or small a circle will be.
When you think of circles, what comes to mind? For most people, the first things that spring to mind are round objects like balls, rings or wheels.
To draw a circle you need to first identify the center point. The radius is 2 units long.
Starting at the center, mark off units on both sides. Then, draw an arc connecting the two lines with a pencil so that it intersects with them both. You have then created a big or small circle!
The most important thing to remember about circles is that they are all the same.
They have equal angles, equal sides and equal areas. Because of this equality, circles can be used to solve other shapes and problems quickly and easily by using one circle as a “template” for another.
For example: if you know two points on a circle, then you can use them to find the radius of the circle.
So this is how to draw circles.