The circumference of a circle is equal to the radius times 2*pi. 2*pi*R where R is the radius.
The circumference of a circle is equal to its diameter times pi. This is also equal to two times its radius times pi.
Circumference = πd diameter = 2 x radius
The circumference of a circle is equal to the radius, multiplied by 2 x pi. Thus, in this case, you can divide the circumference by 2 x pi, to get the radius.
the radius of the circle is 2 units
The circumference of a circle is equal to 2 x pi x radius, where "pi" is approximately 3.1416.
Yes. The radius of a circle is the distance from the centre of the circle to every point on its circumference.
For any given circle, the circumference is equal to the radius multiplied by 2 x pi.
The circumference C of any circle is equal to pi*diameter. The diameter is equal to the radius times 2. So, for a circle with radius 48, it has a diameter of 96, and a circumference of 96*3.14=301.44. This of course is using 3.14 as an estimate for pi.
A circle cannot have its circumference and area both equal to 246. The only possible equal values are circumference = 12.6 units area = 12.6 square units which are achieved by a circle with radius 2 units.
The circumference of a circle with radius 30 is equal to 2 times the radius times pi, or about 188.5.
Assuming you are talking about the circumference of a circle, then the answer, briefly, is no. The circumference of a circle is determined by multiplying the length of the diameter by pi (π). The diameter of a circle is twice its radius.