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An ellipse is a geometric shape that looks like a stretched circle. It has two axes - the major axis and the minor axis. The circumference of an ellipse is the distance around the outside of the shape.

To calculate the circumference of an ellipse, you can use the following formula:

C = π(a + b)

where C is the circumference, a is the length of the major axis, and b is the length of the minor axis. π is a mathematical constant with an approximate value of 3.14159.

Our online calculator makes it easy to find the circumference of an ellipse. Simply enter the values of the major and minor axis, and our calculator will do the rest.

Follow these steps to use the Circumference of an Ellipse Calculator:

Enter the value of the major axis in the first input field.

Enter the value of the minor axis in the second input field.

Our calculator will instantly provide you with the circumference of the ellipse in the output field.

Use our Circumference of an Ellipse Calculator to make your ellipse calculations easier and more accurate!

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