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Radius of circle: 371/2*pi = 59 units to the nearest whole number

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Circumference = 2*pi*radius Radius = Circumference/(2*pi)


The radius is 1/2 of the circumference.



the circumference is two times the radius, or 2r. so if the radius was 3, the circumference would be 6. if the radius was 4, the circumference is 8.


Circumference = 2*pi*radius So Radius = Circumference/(2*pi)


The circumference is 2*pi*radius. It does not matter if the radius is an integer or a fraction.The circumference is 2*pi*radius. It does not matter if the radius is an integer or a fraction.The circumference is 2*pi*radius. It does not matter if the radius is an integer or a fraction.The circumference is 2*pi*radius. It does not matter if the radius is an integer or a fraction.


To find the circumference of a circle, use the equation: Circumference = 2*π*radius so when the radius is r, the circumference is 2πr


If the circumference is 34.54, the radius is 5.497211734394065.


If the circumference is 20 the radius is 3.18


If the circumference is 24 the radius will be: 3.82


Circumference = 2*pi*radius So the radius = circumference/2*pi


Circumference = 2 x Pi x Radius Radius = Circumference / (2 x Pi).


The circumference is twice the radius. In other words, if you know the radius, multiply it by 2 to get the circumference.


IMPOSSIBLE circumference = 2*pi*radius if circumference = 2*radius: 2*radius=2*pi*radius 2*radius/(2*radius)=2*pi*radius/(2*radius) 1=pi pi= 1 therefore it is impossible to have a circumference that is twice that of the radius


Circumference = 2 x pi x radius Divide the circumference by 2pi



If the circumference of a circle is 351.68 the radius is: 56


The radius of a circle with a circumference of 12 is: 1.91


If your radius is 10cm the circumference is: 62.8 cm



The radius of a circle is circumference/2 pi .



Radius of a circle = circumference/(2*pi)


Radius of a circle = circumference/2*pi


Okay finding circumference from knowing the radius right? The radius is equal to half the diameter and circumference is equal to pi * diameter. So double the radius and multiply it by 3.14 then you will get the circumference!



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