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The question is misguided. You do not use radius only on circles!

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No, only on shapes with circles such as cones and spheres.

The diameter of a circle is twice the radius.

If you create third circle with radius 2, then all the points on that circle would be equidistant form both circles. So the answer is a circle with radius 2.

Yes, it is true. Any circles with the same radius will have the same circumference as well.

nothing you will just just get the radius in 3 circles.

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Circles with the same radius are congruent circles.

A square doesent have a radius only circles do. :)

They are said to be concentric circles.

No, only on shapes with circles such as cones and spheres.

No. You can only define a circle by radius, diameter, area, perimeter. Concentric circles have the same centre, therefore, if they were the same circles with the same radius, then they would all lie on top of each other and be effectively one circle.

2 circles can be congruent. The have to have the same radius.

A point. To learn why and more about circles go to this website: windowseat.ca/circles

congruent circles

Divide by pi and then divide by 2

The diameter of a circle is twice the radius.

If you create third circle with radius 2, then all the points on that circle would be equidistant form both circles. So the answer is a circle with radius 2.

Yes, it is true. Any circles with the same radius will have the same circumference as well.