Question

# If a point on a circle travelled along the boundary of the circle and reached its original position, then the distance covered can be represented by:RadiusCircumferenceLength of the pointDiameter

Solution

## The correct option is B CircumferenceIn the figure given below, if a point starts moving from P and reaches back to P, then it will cover the boundary of the circle once. So, the distance travelled by the point P is equal to the circumference of the circle.

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