Q: How do you find somethings circumference?

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The formula; 2 * Pi * Radius = circumference Will calculate the circumference of a circle.

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 x diameter

by timesing the circumference by pie

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The formula; 2 * Pi * Radius = circumference Will calculate the circumference of a circle.

Pi X D = Circumference. To find Diamater if you know Circumference, divide Circumference by Pi (3.14).

Diameter = Circumference/pi

Circumference = π * Diameter

You divide the circumference by pi.

diameter = circumference/pi

If you know the circumference of a circle, you can find the radius by dividing the circumference by the value of Pi (3.14159...)

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

Divide the circumference by Pi to find the diameter.

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Circumference = Pi * diameter

Divide the circumference by PI (3,14159...)