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Q: The circle has a radius of 30 mm what is the diameter of the circle in centimeters?

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The radius of the circle is half the diameter of the circle. 30mm radius would mean 60mm diameter or 6cm.

15mm. diameter is twice the radius

The radius if the circle is half of its diameter and so 30/2 = 15 mm

The radius of a circle equals the diameter divided by two. 30/2 is 15, so your answer is 15 cm.

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The radius of the circle is half the diameter of the circle. 30mm radius would mean 60mm diameter or 6cm.

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The circumference of a circle with diameter of 30 centimeters is: 94.2 cm (diameter x Pi = circumference).

Diameter = Radius*2 = 30 cm.

15mm. diameter is twice the radius

Radius = 1/2 of the diameter = 30

30 inches; the radius of a circle is 1/2 its diameter.

The radius if the circle is half of its diameter and so 30/2 = 15 mm

the diameter of a circle that is 60 is 60 radius is 30 the circumference is 188.46

Radius = 1/2 of the diameter = 30 units

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