Q: How do you find a radius using the diameter?

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Area of Circle = pi (radius)2 So , using this formula we can find the radius and also the diameter. Diameter = 2(radius)

you double the radius to find the diameter.

Easy, you find the area of the circle (Pi X Radius squared) and then multiply it by the height. Your question asks about using the diameter...the radius is half of the diameter.

the radius is half the diameter

The area of a circle is pi(radius)2 Radius is half the diameter. Simply divide the diameter in half and enter it into the equation 3.14(diameter/2)2

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Area of Circle = pi (radius)2 So , using this formula we can find the radius and also the diameter. Diameter = 2(radius)

circumference of a circle = pi*diameter or 2*pi*radius

you double the radius to find the diameter.

diameter = 2*radius

Easy, you find the area of the circle (Pi X Radius squared) and then multiply it by the height. Your question asks about using the diameter...the radius is half of the diameter.

When you have the radius of a circle and you are trying to find the diameter, multiply the radius by two; the answer is the diameter. If you have the diameter and want to find the radius, divide the diameter by two; the answer will be the radius. The diameter is 54 centimeters.

the radius is half the diameter

The radius is half the diameter.

the radius is half the diameter

I assume that you are referring to the area of a circle. You divide the diameter in half to find the radius and then you put it into the formula.

Yes, the radius is half of the diameter, therefore the diameter is twice the radius.

The area of a circle is pi(radius)2 Radius is half the diameter. Simply divide the diameter in half and enter it into the equation 3.14(diameter/2)2