扇形弧长：L=圆心角（弧度制） * r = n°πr/180°（n为圆心角）
A circle is a geometric figure, which refers to the set of all points in a plane whose distance from a fixed point is a fixed value. Here are the formulas and definitions of the equation and area of a circle.
Equations and Area Formulas of Circles
This given point is called the center of a circle. The distance as a fixed value is called the radius of the circle. When a line segment rotates around one of its endpoints in a plane, the trajectory of the other endpoint is a circle.
The concept of circle
1. The set of points whose distance to a fixed point equals a fixed length is called a circle. This fixed point is called the center of a circle and is usually represented by the letter "o".
2. The line connecting the center of the circle and any point on the circle is called radius, which is usually expressed by the letter "r".
3. Lines passing through the center of a circle and having both ends on the circumference are called diameters, which are usually represented by the letter "d".
4. A line segment connecting any two points on a circle is called a string. In the same circle or equal circle, the longest string is the diameter.
5. The part between any two points on a circle is called an arc, or arc for short. An arc larger than a semicircle is called a superior arc, which is expressed in three letters. An arc smaller than a semicircle is called a bad arc, which is expressed in two letters. A semicircle is neither a good arc nor a bad arc.
The equation of circle
1. The standard equation of a circle: In the plane rectangular coordinate system, the standard equation of a circle with point O (a, b) as its center and radius r as its radius is (x-a) ^ 2+ (y-b) ^ 2 = R ^ 2.
In particular, the standard equation of a circle with origin as its center and radius R (r > 0) is x ^ 2 + y ^ 2 = R ^ 2.
2. General equation of circle: equation x ^ 2 + y ^ 2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 can be changed into (x + D / 2) ^ 2 + (y + E / 2) ^ 2 = (D ^ 2 + E ^ 2 - 4F) / 4.
(1) When D ^ 2 + E ^ 2 - 4F > 0, the equation represents a circle with (- D/2, - E/2) as its center and (D ^ 2 + E ^ 2 - 4F) / 2 as its radius.
(2) When D ^ 2 + E ^ 2 - 4F = 0, the equation represents a point (- D/2, - E/2);
(3) When D ^ 2 + E ^ 2-4F < 0, the equation does not represent any graphics.
3. Parametric equation of a circle: The parametric equation of a circle with point O (a, b) as its center and radius r as its radius is x=a+r*cos theta and y=b+r*sin theta (where theta is its parameter).
The Endpoint Formula of a Circle: If two points A (a1, b1), B (a2, b2) are known, then the equation of the circle with segment AB as its diameter is (x-a1) (x-a2) + (y-b1) (y-b2) = 0.
The eccentricity e of a circle is equal to 0, and the radius of any point on the circle is r.
The tangent equation of a point M (a0, b0) passing through a circle x ^ 2 + y ^ 2 = R ^ 2 is A0 * x + B0 * y = R ^ 2
At the point M (a0, b0) outside the circle (x ^ 2 + y ^ 2 = R ^ 2), two tangents of the circle are introduced. If the two tangents are A, B, then the equation of the straight line between A and B is also A0 * x + B0 * y = R ^ 2.
Area of a circle: S = Pi r_ = Pi d_/4
Sector arc length: L = center angle (radian system)* r = n PI R / 180 (n is center angle)
Sector area: S = n PI r/360 = Lr/2 (L is the arc length of the sector)
Diameter of a circle: d = 2R
Conical side area: S = Pirl (l is bus length)
The bottom radius of cone: r = n / 360 L is bus length (r is bottom radius)