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Q: The radius of a circle with a ten foot diameter?

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The two equations you must know to solve this are The circumstance of a circle is the value of pi times the diameter c=pi*d -and- The radius of a circle is halve the diameter r=.5d or d=2r If we plug in 62.8 for c, 2r for d and 3.14 for pi, the equation becomes 62.8=3.14*2r Divide by 3.14 20=2r Divide by 2 10=r the radius is ten meters

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The circumference of a circle is pi x diameter, where pi equals approximately 3.14. Therefore, the inner circumference of a brick circle with an inside diameter of 10.5 feet is 32.99 feet. As a result, 33 one foot bricks would create a circle with a diameter slightly larger than 10.5 feet, without any gaps between the bricks.

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