# Radius As Basis

## Worksheet Description

This Pi Day worksheet is a practical activity designed to help students apply their knowledge of the mathematical constant π (pi) to calculate the circumference of various items. The worksheet provides a column with the radius measurements of different circular items such as pies and cookies, which are whimsically illustrated to the left of the measurements, adding a visual and enjoyable aspect to the math exercise. At the top, there’s a space for students to write their name, personalizing their work.

The directions are straightforward: students are to find the circumference for each item, given its radius. This reinforces the understanding of the relationship between the radius of a circle and its circumference, applying the formula C = 2πr. The worksheet offers a hands-on approach to understanding circles and encourages the practical application of π, which is especially relevant on Pi Day. This activity is well-suited for mathematics classrooms to celebrate Pi Day, providing a fun way for students to engage with a core mathematical concept. It can also serve as a homework assignment or an in-class exercise for students to consolidate their understanding of circumference calculations.