The radius of a circle is always half of the distance of the diameter. If you have a 24 mm diameter - then the radius would be 12 mm.
24 mm. The diameter is twice the radius.
12mm - half the diameter.
13 mm. The radius of a circle is 1/2 of the diameter.
The radius if the circle is half of its diameter and so 30/2 = 15 mm
If the diameter of a circle is 50 mm, what is the radius?
15mm. diameter is twice the radius
If the radius of a circle is twice the diameter. The outer diameter of a circle the size of a circle. 32.25 mm = 1.27 inches
Diameter = 2 x radius = 18 mm .
The diameter of any circle is twice the radius. Since the radius of this circle is 15mm, the diameter is 15mm*2=30mm. 30mm is also 3cm.
A circle with a radius of 50 mm has an area of 7853.98 square mm
radius = 1/2 x diameter= 1/2 x 39.5 mm= 19.75 mm
20 mm. The diameter is always twice the radius.
The radius is half of the diameter.16 Ã· 2 = 8 millimetres is the radius.
The radius would be 2.5 mm.
Diameter: 2 times 19 = 38 mm
Diameter of a circle is pi times the square of its radius. For a circle having a diameter of 7 mm, area = pi (3.1416) x 3.5 mm x 3.5 mm = 38.5 square millimeters.
The radius of any circle is its diameter divided in half. So: 18mm/2 = a radius of 9mm
It is: 1060/2 = 530 mm
radius = square root of (75/pi) = 4.886025119 diameter = 2*radius = 9.772050238 or 10 mm to the nearest integer
The answer depends on what the 65 mm refers to: the radius of the diameter. Please specify.
The diameter is double the radius.
A circle with a radius of 6 mm has a circumference of 37.7 mm
Would be the area of a circle.Area = pi * radius squaredA = pi*r2radius = diameter/2Radius = 4 mm/2 = 2 mmArea of quarter = (3.14)(2 mm)2= 12.6 mm2========
The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 13 mm is: 40.84 mm
The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 110 mm is 345.58 mm