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The diameter of Earth at its equator is 12,756 km and its circumference is about 40,075 km.

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At the equator, the diameter is 7,926 miles, and the circumference is 24,900.26 miles. (rounded)

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24901.55(40075.16)

the diameter or 7,926.41 miles

Circumference is Pi x Diameter so do Circumference divided by Pi to get the diameter :)

diameter = circumference/pi

= 3.14 · 12765kmThe circumference at theequator is 40,082km and 100m. = 40082.1km

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Multiply the diameter by pi to find the circumference

The circumference of the earth in miles is about 24,901 miles. The diameter is about 7,926 miles.

24901.55(40075.16)

The average radius of the Earth is 3,959 miles. The equitorial diameter of the Earth is about 7,926 miles. The ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle is written as the symbol pi. Pi is approximately 3.141592. Therefore, to determine the circumference from the diameter given above: equitorial diameter x 3.141592 = equitorial circumference = 7,926 x 3.141592 = 24,900 = The earth has a circumference of approximately 24,900 miles. More precisely the circumference of the earth at the equator is 24,902 mi. Remember that the earth is not a completely rounded sphere.

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That is a very good estimate of the earth's circumference in miles, 24,901.5 miles. It is not earth's diameter. 7926 miles is an estimate of earth's diameter.

Do you mean the earth diameter or circumference or what!!!

the diameter or 7,926.41 miles

Circumference is Pi x Diameter so do Circumference divided by Pi to get the diameter :)

The circumference is the distance around the Earth at it's widest point. The diameter goes through the center of the Earth from one side to the other.

Circumference is pi times diameter. Diameter is circumference divided by pi. Diameter is twice the radius. Radius is half the diameter.

Diameter = Circumference/pi