The radius of a circle is the distance from the centre of the circle to a point on the circumference of the circle.
If it is a drawing and the circle is to scale the radius can be measured with a ruler. If not, the radius can be calculated if the diameter, circumference or area of the circle is known.
the radius is equal to:
- the diameter divided by 2
- the circumference divided by 2pi(approx. 6.284)
- the square root of the area divided pi (divide by pi first, then take the square root)
You can't find the height of a cylinder if you know the radious, because the radious only determines how many units the circle is around. so it's impossible to find the height of a cylinder if you only know the radious.
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The radius of a circle is any straight line from the centre of the circle to its circumference. The radius can also refer to the length of this line.
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.
The circumference of a circle with radius of 6 is about 37.7
The radius of a circle is a straight line from the centre of the circle to its circumference.
From the center to an outside part. Half the diameter
Diameter, cord, radious.
About 408.41 inches.
A circle with a radius of 5 feet has a circumference of 31.4 feet.