Area of Ellipse a-axis 6 cm by b-axis 6 in Calculator

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Area of Ellipse a-axis 6 cm by b-axis 6 in is 287.2672322 cm2 or 14.1732282 in2.

    Area of Ellipse a-axis 6 cm by b-axis 6 in in other units

Value unit
0.0028727 km²
0.001785 mi²
2.8726723
9.424778 ft²
113.0973355 in²
3.1415927 yd²
287.2672322 cm²
2872.672322 mm²


Area of Ellipse a-axis 6 cm by b-axis 6 in

Steps:

Given that Ellipse a-axis(x) = 6 cm and b-axis(y) = 6 in

Area = π (a*b)

      Unit Conversion of Width 6 in = 15.24 cm

To convert Inches to Centimeters

we know that, 1 Inche = 2.54 Centimeters

To convert Inches to Centimeters, multiply the inche value by 2.54

Result in Centimeters: 6 in × 2.54 × cm/in

Cancel The Comman factor of in

Result in Centimeters: (6 x 2.54 cm)

Multiply 6 into 2.54

Result in Centimeters: 15.24 Centimeters

∴ 6 Inches = 15.24 Centimeters

Put the values of a, b and π(Pi) in above Area Formula

A = 3.14 (6 cm * 15.24 cm)

Simplify the above equation

Area = 287.2672322 cm²

∴Area of an Ellipse a-axis 6 cm by b-axis 6 in is 287.2672322 in²

or

      Unit Conversion of Length 6 cm = 2.3622047 in

To convert Centimeter to Inches

we know that, 1 Centimeter = 0.393705 inches or
                         1 Centimeter = 1/2.54 inches

To convert Centimeters to inches, divide the centimeter value by 2.54.

Result in Centimeters: 6 × cm/2.54 × in/cm

Cancel The Comman factor of cm

Result in Inches: 6/2.54 in

Divide the 6 by 2.54

Result in Inches: 2.3622047 inches

∴ 6 Centimeters = 2.3622047 inches

A = 3.14 (2.3622047 in * 6 in)

Simplify the above equation

Area = 14.1732282 in²

∴Area of an Ellipse a-axis 6 cm by b-axis 6 in is 14.1732282 in²

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