Q: How do you find the diameter from the circumference?

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Circumference = diameter(pi) so divide the circumference by pi to get the diameter.

circumference/pi = diameter

11 is a good approximation of the diameter. If the circumference is 35, the actual diameter is about 11.14 (35/3.1416).

If you have only the diameter to get the circumference you have to multiply the circumference by pi: 3.14

Diameter of a circle = circumference/pi

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diameter = circumference/pi

You cannot find the diameter of something from its circumference unless it is a circle and, in that case, diameter = circumference/pi

Circumference = Pi * diameter

Divide the circumference by Pi to find the diameter.

Circumference = diameter(pi) so divide the circumference by pi to get the diameter.

Diameter = radius * 2 Circumference = pi * diameter.

Circumference: Diameter x pi (3.1415926535897932384...)

circumference/pi = diameter

diameter*pi = circumference

Diameter = circumference/pi

11 is a good approximation of the diameter. If the circumference is 35, the actual diameter is about 11.14 (35/3.1416).

Divide the circumference of a circle by pi (approx 3.1416) to find its diameter.