Q: What is the radius of 6 cm of a circle?

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really!? Its 6 cm!

113.0973355cm

The area of a circle with radius r is pi*r*r where pi = 3.1416 approx. When r = 6 cm, the area is 113.1 sq cm.

Circumference of the circle: 2*pi*6 = 37.699 cm to three decimal places

r = 1.38 cm

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The circumference of a circle if the if the radius is 6 cm is: 37.7 cm

If the diameter is 12 cm the radius is 6 cm.

If the diameter is what you are talking about that is 6 cm, you must divide that number by two to find the radius because the radius is half a diameter. The radius of a circle with a diameter of 6 cm. would be 3 cm.

Radius of a circle is half of its diameter and so 12/2 = 6 cm

6 cm. The radius is 1/2 of the diameter.

really!? Its 6 cm!

113.0973355cm

6/2 = a radius of 3 cm

If it is a 7.1 cm radius circle, then its radius is exactly 7.1 cm!

The area of a circle with radius r is pi*r*r where pi = 3.1416 approx. When r = 6 cm, the area is 113.1 sq cm.

Circumference of the circle: 2*pi*6 = 37.699 cm to three decimal places

The radius of the circle is: 9.549 cm