Q: What is the radius of a circle if cercumference equals 17?

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17

8.5

It is 17/2 = 8.5 cm.

The diameter of any circle, including that one, is double (two times) its radius.

907.9 square yards.

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radius = 17/(2*pi) = 2.705634033 or 2.706 cm to 3 d.p.

The formula for the area of a circle is: A=∏r2Where A is the total area of the circle and r is its radiusThe diameter is twice the radius, so the radius in this case would be 17 feet.A=∏*(17)2A=∏*289A=289∏A equals about 907.46 feet

The radius of a circle with an area of 17 Square meters is 2.33 meters.

A circle with a radius of 17 cm has a circumference of 106.81 cm.

The radius measures from the center of the circle to the perimeter (outside), so if the radius is 8.5 cm that would make the diameter of the circle 17 cm. (8.5 cm X 2 = 17 cm)

17

8.5

2 * pi * 17

17 cm

2*pi*17 = 106.81 units

It is 17/2 = 8.5 cm.

Diameter = 2 times the radius = (2 x 8.5) = 17 cm