Q: What is the circumference of 1.5m?

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Circumference (distance around) is equal to pi (3.14) times the diameter. Diameter (distance across a circle) is twice the radius (distance from center to edge. 2 x 15= diameter of 30. 30 times 3.14= 94.2 meters for the circumference.

it means 15m on a sj

The answer will depend on which one of the two numbers is the radius (or diameter, or circumference) and which is the height. Since you have not bothered to provide that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

15m + 4 - 9m - 32 = 6m - 28

15m + 43 = 37m + 12 Take 12 away from each side: 15m + 31 = 37m Take 15m from both sides: 31 = 22m so m = 31/22 = 1.409090..

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Circumference (distance around) is equal to pi (3.14) times the diameter. Diameter (distance across a circle) is twice the radius (distance from center to edge. 2 x 15= diameter of 30. 30 times 3.14= 94.2 meters for the circumference.

it means 15m on a sj

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The answer will depend on which one of the two numbers is the radius (or diameter, or circumference) and which is the height. Since you have not bothered to provide that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

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