Q: What is the radius for a 12 inch diameter circle?

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Circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter

12 feet. The diameter of a circle is twice its radius.

Radius of circle: 12/2 = 6 units

The diameter is double the radius of a circle. Therefore the radius is 12/2 or 6 yards.

The radius of a circle is always half of the distance of the diameter. If you have a 24 mm diameter - then the radius would be 12 mm.

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A circle with a 12 inch diameter has a 6 inch radius.

12 inch diameter(also 6 inch radius).

6 inch, because the radius the basically half of the diameter

12 inch diameter(also 6 inch radius).

If the diameter is 12 cm the radius is 6 cm.

Diameter of a circle is defined as twice the radius. So if diameter is 12, the radius is 6.

I assume 12 is diameter. If so 12/2 is radius of 6in. 6x6xpi is 113.1squared inches

Circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter

The radius of a circle is one-half of the circle's diameter. So if the radius is 12 inches, the diameter is 24 inches.

the diameter of a circle is double the radius so if the radius is 12 cm then the diameter is 24 cm

diameter is 2 times the radius 24

the radius is one half the diameter,or 6