Double-click in the drawing area immediately after you create the rectangle. Round the edges of any rectangle. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow key while creating the rectangle. Change the rounding of rounded rectangles.

## What do you call a rounded square?

**A squircle** (FIGURE 1) is a square with rounded corners that, when incorporated into stencil aperture designs for small area arrays, provides better print quality than either a square or a circle alone.

## Which tool is used to draw a rectangle with rounded corners?

As with the **Rectangle tool**, holding the Shift ⇧ key while dragging will allow you to create squares with rounded corners.

## What is the formula to find radius?

**How to Find the Radius of a Circle?**

- When the diameter is known, the formula for the radius of a circle is: Radius = Diameter / 2.
- When the circumference is known, the formula for the radius is: Radius = Circumference / 2π
- When the area is known, the formula for the radius is: Radius = ⎷(Area of the circle / π)

## How do you find the radius of an arc?

Measure the length of the chord and the length of the bisecting line segment from the chord to the top of the arc. Enter the values into the formula **(h/2) + (w^2/8h)**, where h is the arc height and w is the length of the chord. The result will be the radius.

## What is the radius of a saucer?

A saucer has a radius of **8.2 cm**.

## Can a rectangle have curved sides?

Calculations at a curved rectangle, a flat, four-sided shape with directly opposite, parallel and congruent sides, with circular arcs and straight lines als side pairs. The corner angles here aren’t right angles, other as with the annulus sector.