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The diameter of a circle with a circumference of 15 centimeters is about 4.775 cm

If 15 cm is the diameter then circumference is pie x diameter which is 3.14 x15

circumference = 15*pi inches

Diameter = Circumference/pi = 14.99 cm

A circumference of 47.1'

Circumference = Pi multiplied by the diameter. C = (3.1415)(15 in.) = 47.12 in. Therefore, the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 15 in. and a radius of 7.5 in. is approximately 47.12 inches.

15/pi so the diameter is about 4.8

15/pi = 4.77"

A circle's circumference is the product of Pi and its diameter, so a diameter can go around a circumference approximately 3.14 times.

diameter = 15pi/pi = 15 units in length

Circumference of the circle: 15 times pi = 47.1238898 meters

15 pi feet

15/pi units = 4.77 units

15 pi = 47.124 (rounded)

circumference = 15*pi = 47.124 cm rounded to 3 dp

566cm

If the radius is 2 then the diameter is 2*2 = 4 inches and the circumference is about 12.6 inches and not 15 inches

The answer will depend on what 15 dm represents: the radius, diameter or even circumference!

Its diameter is: 15'/pi = 4.775' rounded to 3 decimal places

Multiply the diameter with pi, which is approximately 3.1416.

If the diameter of a circle is 15 feet, the circumference will be: 47.12 feet. (C = d x Pi)

Circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi

It is 15 times pi in inches

Circumference is Pi x Diameter so do Circumference divided by Pi to get the diameter :)

It is 15*pi = 47.1 cm, approx.