Given an equation of the circle X2 + Y2 = R2 whose center at origin (0, 0) and the radius is R. The task is to find area of circle.
Input : X*X + Y*Y = 25 Output : The area of circle centered at origin is : 78.55 Input : X*X + Y*Y = 64 Output : The area of circle centered at origin is : 201.088
- Given an equation X2 + Y2 = R2 and store it into string ‘str’.
- Count length of string and store it into ‘len’.
- Start loop from 0 to len – 1 and check if str[i] == ‘=’.
- Store characters after ‘=’ into string variable st.
- Convert string ‘st’ into digits and store it into ‘radius_square’.
- Use formula Pi * R2 to find area of circle(multiply by Pi).
The area of circle centered at origin is : 314.2
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