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I'm wondering what the original, or book, question actually asks, but in this case, a it is a circle larger in radius, diameter and circumference by the ratio 4:3; and in area by the ratio 16:9.

Q: What does am 8 mm circle look like in comparison to a 6 mm circle?

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what does 16 by14 mm look like

The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 13 mm is: 40.84 mm

The circumference of a circle that is 16 mm in diameter is 50.27 mm

If the circle's circumference is 58 mm then its diameter is 58/pi which is about 18.462 mm

A circle with a radius of 15.5 mm has a circumference of 97.39 mm.

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what does 16 by14 mm look like

The circumference of a 40 mm circle is: 126 mm

The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 110 mm is 345.58 mm

The diameter of a circle that has a circumference of 113 mm is about 35.97 mm

A circle with a radius of 6 mm has a circumference of 37.7 mm

The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 13 mm is: 40.84 mm

The circumference of a circle that is 16 mm in diameter is 50.27 mm

A circle with a radius of 50 mm has an area of 7853.98 square mm

If the circle's circumference is 58 mm then its diameter is 58/pi which is about 18.462 mm

Circumference of a circle = π × diameter = π × 80 mm = 80π mm ≈ 251 mm

The circumference of the circle with a diameter of 64 mm is 64*pi = about 201 mm