To calculate the seed per circumference of a circle, you need to follow these steps:
1. Measure the circumference of the circle: Use a measuring tape or a ruler to measure the distance around the circle. Make sure to measure the circumference accurately.
2. Determine the desired seed spacing: Decide on the spacing you want between each seed. For example, if you want to plant seeds every 2 inches along the circumference, then the seed spacing would be 2 inches.
3. Calculate the number of seeds per circumference: Divide the circumference of the circle by the seed spacing. This will give you the number of seeds you need to plant along the circumference. The formula to calculate the number of seeds per circumference is:
Number of seeds per circumference = Circumference / Seed spacing
For example, if the circumference of the circle is 30 inches and you want to plant seeds every 2 inches, the calculation would be:
Number of seeds per circumference = 30 inches / 2 inches = 15 seeds
So, in this case, you would need to plant 15 seeds along the circumference of the circle.
Remember that this calculation assumes that the seeds are evenly spaced along the circumference. If you want to have a more precise distribution, you may need to adjust the spacing or use a different planting pattern.