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Divide 39 by pi to find the diameter of circle 1 and then subtract four inches from your answer to give the diameter of circle 2.

Circle 1 = 39/pi = 12.41408556 inches

Circle 2 = 12.41408556 - 4 = 8.41408556 inches

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Q: If Circle 1 has a circumference of 39 inches Circle 2 is inside circle 1 Circle 2 is a uniform 2 inches inside circle 1 What is the diameter of circle 2?
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