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Diameter or Radius of a Circle Given Circumference
Find the diameter or radius of a circle using the formulas: C = πd; C = 2πr.
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Determine the Circumference of a Circle
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Provides two examples of determining the circumference of a circle. One example looks at when the length of the diameter is given, and the other looks at when the length of the radius is given.
MAT.GEO.601.04 (Circumference - Geometry)
MAT.GEO.601.06 (Diameter or Radius of a Circle Given Circumference - Geometry)
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