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a circle has a circumference of 6c. Find the diametermof the circle

  • geometry -

    Do you mean 6c?

    C = pi * d

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    @ Ms.Sue
    6cm

  • geometry -

    Ahh -- thanks for the clarification.

    C = pi * d
    6 = 3.14 * d
    6/3.14 = d
    1.91 = d

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