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Q: What is diameter of a 130mm circumferance?

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diameter x pi

circumference = pi*100mm

36/pi = 11.4591559 inches

39 inches / pi = 12.4 inches

It is the distance around a circle and is found by 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi

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circumference/pi = diameter

diameter x pi

The diameter is 14 / 3.141592654 = 4.4563384 inches.

circumference = pi*100mm

The formula is pi multiplied by the diameter

You get it by multiplying the radius by 2 or dividing circumferance by 3

circumference = pi*diameter so diameter = circumference/pi = 19.1 metres.

If the diameter is known, don't bother measuring the circumference.Simply multiply the diameter by 'pi'.

you multiplay the radius by 2 or divide the circumferance by 3

What is 27 X 3.14? 27 pi

36/pi = 11.4591559 inches

Either pi times the diameter or pi times twice the radius (which is the diameter)

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