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Q: Can you have two diameters in a circle?

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There are infinite diameters within a circle.

A circle has infinitively many diameters....

Yes, providing it is the same circle.

locus * * * * * A more likely answer is "the centre of the circle".

There is only one diameter in a circle, The diameter is from one edge, through the centre, to the opposite edge.Further Information:-There are infinite diameters within a circle because its diameter is also its line of symmetry

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There are infinite diameters within a circle.

A diameter is a cord in a circle containing the center of the circle. But some circles are sections of spheres. Not all diameters are diameters of spheres.

There are infinite diameters in a circle all of the same lengths.

There are infinite amount of diameters.

A circle has infinitively many diameters....

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Draw two diameters of the circle and join the points where they meet the circumference.

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They will have the same circle centre but of different diameters

Yes, providing it is the same circle.

All diameters pass through the centre of a circle, is true.

An infinite number are possible, all in the same circle. If someone draws two diameters, then no matter how close together they are, you can come along and draw another one in between them. So there's no limit to the number.

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