Q: If the diameter is 8cm how much cm do i need?

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It should be 8 cm.

C = ~25.133 cm

The volume of a sphere with a diameter of 8cm is about 268cm3

Since diameter is 2 x pi x radius, 8 cm / 2 / 3.14 is about 1.3cm. Specifically, 1.2732cm.

The diameter was 26 cm.

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If you need to know area of a circle then it is: pi*4^2 = 16*pi square cm or about 50 square cm

It should be 8 cm.

C = ~25.133 cm

The volume of a sphere with a diameter of 8cm is about 268cm3

The width of a ball is its diameter, so the diameter of a ball that is 24 cm wide is 24 cm.

8cm. The radius is always half the diameter.

C = 2(pi)r 8cm=2(pi)r (8cm)/2pi = r d=2r d=8cm/pi

8*pi + 16 = 41.13 cm (approx)It depends on whether 8 cm is the radius or diameter of the semicircle.

You have to understand that two radius makes up a diameter. That means if given the radius you can just times it by 2 to get the diameter 4 cm= 8cm diameter

Since diameter is 2 x pi x radius, 8 cm / 2 / 3.14 is about 1.3cm. Specifically, 1.2732cm.

The diameter would be 8cm, because the diameter is always double the radius. That's why the formula 2'Pi'r is also known as 'Pi'd.

628.32 cubic centimetres (rounded to 2 decimal places).