Q: How many diameters of a circle do you need to complete one revolution of the circle?

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There are infinite amount of diameters.

There are infinite diameters in a circle all of the same lengths.

Infinite number.

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There are an infinite number - all of the same length.

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There are infinite diameters within a circle.

A circle has infinitively many diameters....

There are infinite amount of diameters.

There are infinite diameters in a circle all of the same lengths.

By definition of the word, "revolution", there is only 1 revolution in a complete circle. You may be trying to ask a different question, such as how many radians are in one revolution. That answer is 2pi radians.

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There are an infinite number of diameters to any circle...

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Infinite number.

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A typical circle has an infinite number of diameters. Each diameter is a line segment that passes through the center of the circle and has endpoints on the circumference.

Pi (3.1415)