It is 144.5 cm.
Diameter of a circle = circumference/pi
Divide the known circumference by pi to find the diameter of the circle.
circumference/pi = diameter
diameter*pi = circumference
Diameter = circumference/pi
Divide the circumference by Pi to find the diameter.
To get the circumference of a circle first you have to find the diameter of the circle and multiply the diameter by Pi (3.14 in short). so it is the diameter * Pi.
In a circle, the circumference and diameter vary directly. Which of the following equations would allow you to find the diameter of a circle with a circumference of 154 if you know that in a second circle the diameter is 14 when the circumference is 44?
Multiply the diameter by Pi (about 3.1416). The result is the circle's circumference.
circumference of a circle = pi * diameter.
The diameter of a circle is directly proportionate to the circumference. You can find the diameter of a circle by dividing the circumference by the value of Pi (3.14) OR you can find the circumference by multiplying Pi by the diameter. it is a line that halves a circle
You cannot find the diameter of something from its circumference unless it is a circle and, in that case, diameter = circumference/pi