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Q: If the area of a circle is given as 67cm squared find the diameter and then circumference of this circle?

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If you are given the radius of the circle, you can use the formula: diameter = 2*radius If you are given the circumference of the circle, you can use the formula: diameter = circumference/pi

Circumference equals the diameter times pi. The diameter is 2 times radius. Radius equals Circumference divided by pi then divided by 2.

Circumfrence=diameter X 3.14 (diameter=2 X radius)

Not enough information, since you don't specify ANY information about the circle.For example, if you know the diameter, the circumference is pi x diameter; if you know the radius, the circumference is 2 x pi x radius.

If you only have a given diameter you have to multiply the diameter by Pi (3.142) or 3.14 and then you get the circumference!

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Circumference of a circle = diameter*pi Diameter of a circle = circumference/pi

Diameter of a circle = circumference/pi

Divide the circumference by pi (about 3.1416). The result is the circle's diameter.

If you are given the radius of the circle, you can use the formula: diameter = 2*radius If you are given the circumference of the circle, you can use the formula: diameter = circumference/pi

Circumference = diameter*pi

TTr2 [Pi r squared] finds the area of the circle. TT x d [Pi x diameter] finds the circumference of a circle]

The diameter of the circle equals the circumference divided by Pi (3.14159....).

Circumference = (diameter) multiplied by (pi)

Circumference of a circle = (pi) x (diameter)

circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter

times 3.14

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