Q: How do you get diameter from circumference?

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diameter = circumference/pi

circumference = diameter * pi. Therefore, diameter = circumference ÷ pi.

Circumference = pi*diameter So diameter = circumference/pi = 1.59 units

Yes because: circumference/diameter = pi and circumference = pi*diameter

diameter = circumference/pi.

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Circumference is pi times diameter. Diameter is circumference divided by pi. Diameter is twice the radius. Radius is half the diameter.

Diameter = Circumference/pi

diameter = circumference/pi

using the formula circumference=diameter X pi: circumference=diameter X pi circumference/pi=diamter X pi/pi circumference/pi=diameter therefore, diameter=circumference/pi diameter=12mm/3.14 diameter=3.821mm

Since the circumference is Pi times the diameter then divide the circumference by Pi (3.14159) to get the diameter

The circumference of a 13.5 diameter circle is: 42.41(diameter x pi = circumference).

Circumference = pi*diameter So diameter = circumference/pi = 9.87 mi

If a circle has a circumference of 8 the diameter is: about 2.546 (circumference divided by pi = diameter).

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

Yes because: circumference/diameter = pi and circumference = pi*diameter

circumference = diameter * pi. Therefore, diameter = circumference ÷ pi.

Circumference = pi*diameter So diameter = circumference/pi = 1.59 units