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Q: Who invented radius?

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Pythagoras invented the theorem and gave us the relationship between the radius and diameter of a circle to it circumference.

No. Radius is half of the diameter.

(radius+radius) times pi

It means to multiply the radius by itself: radius x radius

IMPOSSIBLE circumference = 2*pi*radius if circumference = 2*radius: 2*radius=2*pi*radius 2*radius/(2*radius)=2*pi*radius/(2*radius) 1=pi pi= 1 therefore it is impossible to have a circumference that is twice that of the radius

When you try to figure out an area of a circle, you square the radius, then multiply it by pi to get the area of a circle. A radius square is radius x radius, or radius squared.

Atomic radius may refer to the ionic radius, covalent radius, metallic radius, or van der Waals radius.

an atomic radius is a radius.

A radius is a radius. It does not have six names.

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The "radius" refers to the radius of the lens itself. The "radius of curvature" refers to the way light is bent.

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