Q: How do you change a diameter to a radius?

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Multiply the radius by 2.

Divide the diameter by 2.

Radius = Diameter/2 Diameter = 2* Radius

to get the diameter from the radius you simply multiply the radius by 2 since the radius is half the diameter. d=2r where d = diameter and r = radius

A radius is one half of a diameter so divide by two to get from a diameter to a radius. Or you can multiply the radius by 2 to get to the diameter.

The length of a radius is not the length of a diameter. The diameter is two times the length of the radius.

radius = diameter/2

Assuming that daimeter = diameter andraduis = radius, you simply divide diameter by 2.

The radius is half the diameter. So, if the diameter is 8, then the radius is 4.

A radius is half of a diameter. Example Diameter:4 Radius:2

The diameter of a circle is twice its radius.

The diameter of a circle is the length of a straight line that goes through the exact center of a circle. The radius of a circle is the length of a straight line that starts at the exact center and reaches the circle. The radius is half the length of the diameter.