# use circumference in a sentence.

The 20k figure is an approximate *circumference* of the Earth.

Isn't the *circumference* of the waistline a better measure?

So you can have two versions of a circle, one with *circumference* = pi, and one with *circumference* = wtf?

Whether pi or 2pi or 4pi is more convenient depends on whether you're working with *circumference*, area, or solid angle.

Have they ever explained why Pi is the ratio of a circle's *circumference* to its diameter?

I think you mean the *circumference* of geostationary orbit is 265000km.

Wow, mixing up *circumference* and diameter is pretty bad journalistic mistake.

As a circle expands, its area grows proportional to its *circumference*.

Corners don't get caught on crap and slashes are deflected tangentially around the *circumference* rather than cleaving the shield itself.

The *circumference* of the earth is ~40k km, which would make "the other side of the earth" ~20k.

I don't know if this visualization is really useful for those who know that *circumference* = diameter * pi

Also BMI is getting phased out in favour of ratio between *circumferences* of hips and belly.

I know it's just a saying, but taken literally, "coming full circle" would mean the *circumference*.

I wasn't actually talking about the *circumference* per se, just that Balsamiq has come "full circle" which I represented using pi.

Waist *circumference* and BMI together give a decent measure...

In fact, wait *circumference* is pretty important, especially for me.

On top of that, you don't even an ocean to measure the Earth's *circumference*.