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Q: How do you find distance if radius is given?

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A spherical surface, with its center at the given point, and its radius equal to the given distance.

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Divide the circumference by 2PI to find the radius. ( C = 2PI*Radius)

They form the sphere whose center is the given point and whose radius is the given distance.

You times the radius by 2.

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If the circumference or diameter is given then you can find the radius or simply measure the distance from the centre of the circle to the circumference.

I guess you mean:"How do you find the radius if you are given the diameter?"You take the diameter and divide it by 2.

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A spherical surface, with its center at the given point, and its radius equal to the given distance.

Divide the circumference by 2PI to find the radius. ( C = 2PI*Radius)

the radius is half the diameter

The radius is half the diameter.

Double the radius

They form the sphere whose center is the given point and whose radius is the given distance.

That's a "circle". The given distance is the circle's radius, and the given point is the circle's center.

you have multiplythe radius by 2 to get the diameter

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