Q: What is the mean radius?

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If you mean the radius of a circle then it is half of the circle's diameter

radius is half of a circle. when u make a line from the middle of the circle to the edge would be the radius:]

Radius of curvature divided by tube diameter. To get the radius of curvature, imaging the bend in the tube is a segment of a circle, the radius of curvature is the radius of that circle.

If you mean the area of a circle then it is: pi times radius squared

If you mean the diameter of 21.98 yards then the radius is 21.98/2 = 10.99 yards

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It means to multiply the radius by itself: radius x radius

If you mean the radius of a circle then it is half of the circle's diameter

The radius of a circle is half of its diameter

If you mean the radius of a circle then it is half of the circle's diameter

Mercury has a mean radius of:2,439.7 Km.1,516 miles.

Radius times two (r x r)

== A radius is half of diameter,the formula of radius== d/2 ===

Not sure about the eartn, but earth has a mean radius of 6370 km.

R = Radius The radius is half the diameter of a circle.

Mars is. Mars has a mean radius of 3397km while our moons mean radius is 1737km.

I guess you mean:"How do you find the radius if you are given the diameter?"You take the diameter and divide it by 2.

The average radius of Mars is about 3,389.5 kilometers.