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Q: What is the circumference of a circle that has a radius of 2 meters?

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Radius of a circle = circumference/(2*pi)

2*pi*5.3 = 33.3 metres.

circumference of circle= 2*3.14*radius 31.4=2*3.14*r r=5 app

Radius = Circumference/(2*pi) = 10.98 cm

Divide the circumference by 2*pi because 2*pi*radius = circumference

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circumference = 44 m radius = 44\2 (circumference\2) = 22m

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