Q: What is the length of a radius?

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The length of the diameter is always twice the length of the radius.

Length of diameter:length of radius = 2:1

The length of a radius of a circle is half of the diameter of the same circle. So, diameter is always twice the radius.

the radius is half the diameter. radius is half of 11. Which is 5.5.

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The length of a radius is not the length of a diameter. The diameter is two times the length of the radius.

The length of a radius is half the length of a diameter.

The length of the diameter is always twice the length of the radius.

Length of diameter:length of radius = 2:1

The length of a radius of a circle is half of the diameter of the same circle. So, diameter is always twice the radius.

multiply the chord length and radius and divide by 2

If you are given a chord length of a circle, unless you are given more information about the chord, you can not determine what the radius of the circle will be. This is because the chord length in a circle can vary from a length of (essentially) 0, up to a length of double the radius (the diameter). The best you can say about the radius if given the chord length, is that the length of the radius is at least as long has half half the chord length.

Since the diameter is always twice the length of the radius, the length of the radius is 6cm.

the radius is half the diameter. radius is half of 11. Which is 5.5.

The radius is excatly half of the diameter

radius of curvature = 2Focal length

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