Q: What is the diameter of a 50 meter circle?

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The diameter of a circle with a 12 meter circumference is approximately 3.82 meters.

diameter = 50/pi

The circumference of a 9.5-meter diameter circle is: 29.85 meters. (C = d x Pi)

A circle with a diameter of one meter has an area of 0.785 square meters.

The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 50 feet is about 157.1 feet. (diameter x Pi = circumference).

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The diameter of a circle with a 12 meter circumference is approximately 3.82 meters.

Diameter of the circle: 2 times 1 = 2 meters

The circumference of a 9.5-meter diameter circle is: 29.85 meters. (C = d x Pi)

diameter = 50/pi

A circle with a diameter of one meter has an area of 0.785 square meters.

50 percent of diameter of a circle is the radius.

The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 50 feet is about 157.1 feet. (diameter x Pi = circumference).

if a circle has an 18 meter diameter, then it has a 9 meter radius the circumference of a circle is 2(pi)r so the c. would be 2(pi)(9) which is 18pi. (another way to think of circumference is the diameter times pi)

The diameter of a circle with a 3-meter circumference is: 0.9549 meters.