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Q: What is the diametre of a circle?

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4 times pi. That is about 12.57.

Diametre = 2*radius so diameter = 24.8 metres.

Diametre is, since diametre = 2*radius

pi * diameter

2*radius=diametre radius=2.1 Area=pi*(radius)^2 Area=3.1428*2.1*2.1 Area=13.86

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It is 25cm

92mm

2.35

Times the diametre by pi

40*pi metres

If you had a circle and cut along the diametre you would get two half cirlces.

4 times pi. That is about 12.57.

d = 11.46 inches

The circumference of a circle = pi*diametre = 2pi*radius

A diametre =2 aligned rayons it is a line from aside to a circle to another by passing from the center of the circle.

that is the radius. the diametre is the line going right accross the middle of the circle

No. An arc is part of the circumference - the rounded bit.

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