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Radius of the circle: 6.28/2*pi = 0.999 mm or about 1 mm

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It is approx 1 mm.

Q: What is the radius of a circle with a circumference of 6.28 mm?

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A circle with a radius of 6 mm has a circumference of 37.7 mm

The circumference of a 40 mm circle is: 126 mm

If the diameter of a circle is 3mm the circumference is: 9.424 mm

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

C = 2pir (substitute 40pi cm for C) 40pi cm = 2pir (divide by 2pi to both sides) 20 cm = r = 200 mm (since 1 cm = 10 mm)

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