Q: What is the raduis of 20cm circumference?

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A radius (not raduis) of 15 units implies a circumference of 94 units.

Circumference = 2*pi*radius (not raduis) = 19 cm, approx.

A circumference of 62.8cm

Radius = circumference/pi

Divide the circumference by 2pi

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Radius (not raduis) =circumference/(2*pi)

A radius (not raduis) of 15 units implies a circumference of 94 units.

Circumference = 2*pi*radius (not raduis) = 19 cm, approx.

The circumference of a circle, if the radius is 11cm, is about 69.12cm

Radius = circumference/pi

A circumference of 62.8cm

C = about 12.57

Divide the circumference by 2pi

The circumference is 2*pi*radius (not raduis) and this formula is applicable whether the radius is an integer, a fraction, or even an irrational number.

circumference = 2*pi*9 inches

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A circle with a radius of 8 units has a circumference of 50.3 units.