Q: What is the dimensions of a 60 inch diameter circle?

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Circumference = 60*pi inches

diameter = 60/pi

The approximate area of a circle with a diameter of 60 centimeters is 2,827.43 square centimeters.

A circle with a circumference of 60 feet has a diameter of: 19.1 feet

CIRCUMFERENCE (C) OF A CIRCLE IS PI TIMES DIAMETER (D). THEREFORE BY SUBSTITUTION D = D (60) ÷ PI WHICH IS 19.09859317 (ROUNDED TO 19.1). DIAMETER OF CIRCLE = 19.1 cm.

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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

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.

A circle is defined by only one measure. You cannot have a 30 inch by 60 inch circle!A circle is defined by only one measure. You cannot have a 30 inch by 60 inch circle!A circle is defined by only one measure. You cannot have a 30 inch by 60 inch circle!A circle is defined by only one measure. You cannot have a 30 inch by 60 inch circle!

The circumference of circle with 60-foot diameter is: 188 feet.

diameter = 60/pi