Q: What is diameter of 60 inch circle?

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Circumference = 60*pi inches

There are 100*pi square inches in a 20 inch diameter circle

It has an area of 900π, which is about equal to 2827.43339 It has a circumference of 60π, which is about equal to 188.49556

diameter = 60/pi

The radius of a circle is half the diameter, so the radius of a 6 inch diameter circle is 3 in.

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The diameter of a 60-inch circumference circle is 19.1 inches. (D = c divided by Pi)

5 feet = 60 inches

Circumference = 60*pi inches

60 inch diameter = 2.5 ft radius.Area = pi*r2= 19.6 sq feet.

30 inches; the radius of a circle is 1/2 its diameter.

What is the 60 inch measurement? Is it the radius, the diameter? The 60 inches could also be the circumerence, except that is what you are asking for.

the diameter of a circle that is 60 is 60 radius is 30 the circumference is 188.46

A circle with a 12 inch diameter has a 6 inch radius.

Circumference is found by multiplying the diameter by pi (approx. 3.14). Using this formula, A circle with a diameter of 60 inches has a circumference of approximately 188.4 inches.

Radius is one-half of the diameter of a circle. Therefore, the radius of an eight-inch diameter circle is four inches. The diameter of a circle is a straight line joining a point on the circumference through the centre to the 'opposite' point on the circumference.

The circumference of a six-inch diameter circle is: 18.8 inches.

The circumference of 9 inch diameter circle is about 28.27 inches.