Diameter of a circle = 2*radius Circumference of a circle = 2*radius*pi
Measure the distance from the centre of the circle to its circumference.
Distance is number of revolutions times circumference. So divide the distance by the revolutions to get the circumference. Then divide the circumference by pi to get the diameter, and divide that by 2 to get the radius.
Find the distance of the point from the centre of the circle. If the distance is - less than that radius then the point is inside the circle, - equal to the radius then the point is on the circle, and - greater than that radius then the point is outside the circle.
The radius of a circle is the distance from the center to an outside edge of the circle. The diameter is the distance all the way across the circle. Therefore, the radius is half the value of the diameter.
If the circumference or diameter is given then you can find the radius or simply measure the distance from the centre of the circle to the circumference.
To find the area of a circle for fifth grade, what one has to do is to first find the radius, the radius is the distance from the central point to all points on the circle, once the radius is found, square the radius. Then multiply the squared radius by pi.
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The radius of a circle is the distance from its centre to its circumference. If a circle has a radius of r units then the length of its circumference is 2*pi*r units.
you measure the distance between the nuclei of 2 touching atoms then taking that distance and cutting it in half
It is the distance from the center of the orbit to the center f the orbiting body.
If you cut the ball in half, then find the middle, it would be the distance from the middle to the edge.