Q: How many linear inches in 40 inch diameter?

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6 inches across

If you mean perimeter length of a 30 inch diameter circle, then it is 30*Pi or 94.248 inches (rounded to 3rd decimal).

6 inches across

63. The inch is a linear measurement, so the adjective is unnecessary.

The area of a 3-inch diameter circle is about 7.068 square inches.

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6 inches across

I assume you want the circumference which is pi times the diameter, so for 37 inch diameter the circumference would be about 116.24 inches.

If you mean perimeter length of a 30 inch diameter circle, then it is 30*Pi or 94.248 inches (rounded to 3rd decimal).

Linear inch is a measurement invented by the airlines. Measure your bag's length, width, and height in inches and add the three dimensions together to find how many 'linear' inches it measures.

6 inches across

63. The inch is a linear measurement, so the adjective is unnecessary.

A 4.75-inch diameter circle contains 17.72 square inches.

An inch and a linear inch are the same measurement. A linear inch is merely used to remove confusion between a linear inch, a square inch, and a cubic inch.

The area of a 3-inch diameter circle is about 7.068 square inches.

19.63 square inches are in the area of a 5-inch diameter circle.

A circle with an 8-inch diameter has a perimeter of 25.1 inches.

Would that be 60 inches across for a 60 inch diameter?