Q: What is radius of a 40 diameter hole?

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Diameter = 2 * radius So in this case, 40 feet.

40'

Well this depends on If the radius is 40 inches or If 40 inches is the entire diameter. Circumference is determined using the formula Pi x RadiusÂ² Assuming 40 is only a radius it would be 3.14 x 40Â² or 3.14 x 1600 = 5024 inches If 40 inches is the entire diameter then its simply Pi x Diameter since the entire diameter is the radius squared. 3.14 x 40 = 125.6 inches.

40 ft

Double the value of the radius which in this case is 2*20 = 40 feet

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The radius is 1/2 of the diameter, so if the radius is 20 units then the diameter is 40 units. You multiply the radius by 2 to get the diameter.

Diameter = 1 BECAUSE diameter = 2 x radius

Diameter = 2 * radius So in this case, 40 feet.

the hole has a 20 foot diameter and a 10 foot radius

40'

1.593 and a half. hope that answers your question!

Well this depends on If the radius is 40 inches or If 40 inches is the entire diameter. Circumference is determined using the formula Pi x RadiusÂ² Assuming 40 is only a radius it would be 3.14 x 40Â² or 3.14 x 1600 = 5024 inches If 40 inches is the entire diameter then its simply Pi x Diameter since the entire diameter is the radius squared. 3.14 x 40 = 125.6 inches.

This cannot be properly answered because a 20 cm radius equates to a 40 cm diameter. Also, a 50 cm diameter means a 25 cm radius.

20 millimeters

40 ft

Double the value of the radius which in this case is 2*20 = 40 feet

Radius = Diameter/2 Diameter = 2* Radius