The spinal cord diameter varies along it's length, but ranges from 1cm - 2cm in diameter.
Your spinal cord is about the diameter of your finger. brainandspinalcord.org
Yes, a cord that is a diameter always passes through the center of a circle. And it's also the longest cord of that circle.
A diameter of a circle must pass through the center of that circle. A cord is a line segment that has its endpoints on the circumference of a circle. It can be any line segment. If that cord also passes through the center of the circle, it is said to be a diameter of that circle. A diameter of a circle is the longest cord of the circle.
Diameter, cord, radious.
Not sure if it's 100% true, but when I was PAT testing at work it said that a cord had a diameter of >4mm and a cable had a diameter of <4.mm
A cord that passes through the center of a circle is a diameter of that circle. And you've probably guessed that this is the largest cord of that circle.
They are not the same. Diameter is twice the size as radius.
s the equator and the diameter the same thing?
Diameter of neuron = 4 micron (granule cell) to 100 micron (motor neuron in cord) Diameter of neuron nucleus = 3 to 18 micron. Hope that helps. (: