The circumference is equal to pi ( 3.14167... ) times the diameter. You do the math.
Since the circumference of a circle is equal to its diameter times pi, the o.d. of a pipe is equal to its exterior circumference divided by pi.
It is equal to a diameter of 10.5 units of length.
the width of a circle
A line that bisects a circle and goes through the center of it is the diameter.
Approximately yes. Circumference is equal to pi times the diameter of the circle, which is 3.14159 times the diameter.
A math sentence with an equal sign would be an equation.If there is no equal sign, it would be an expression.
d stands for diameter
I don't know, diameter? Why do ask?