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Q: What is the radius of a 20cm circle?

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Radius of a circle= Perimeter of the circle/2*pi Radius is half the diameter Radius is the length of a straight line from the center point of the circle to the edge of the circle.

If it is a 7.1 cm radius circle, then its radius is exactly 7.1 cm!

If the circumference of a circle is 132cm its radius is: 21.01 cm

The diameter of a circle is twice the radius. A circle with a radius of 9 would have a diameter of 18. (9*2=18).

If a circle has a circumference of 16 cm then the radius is about: 2.546 cm

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The Diameter is the distance from one side of the circle all the way to the other side. The Radius is half the distance in a circle. Simply put: 40cm = Diameter 20cm = Radius (Half the distance) :)

When the angle is measured in radians arc_length = angle x radius. So, 20cm = angle x 12cm => angle = 20cm / 12cm ~= 1.67 radians

The surface are of a cylinder whose radius is 10cm and height is 20cm is 1884.96cm2

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The formula for the circumference of a circle is C = 2Ï€r, where C is circumference, Ï€ is pi (approx. 3.142), and r is the radius. So, for a circle with a radius of 6cm, C = 2(3.142)(6cm) = 18.852cm Rounding to the proper number of significant figures, this answer would be 20cm.

This cannot be properly answered because a 20 cm radius equates to a 40 cm diameter. Also, a 50 cm diameter means a 25 cm radius.

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