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find the circumference of the circle.round to nearest hundredth.4.5ft

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Sorry, can you please provide a description of the circle

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if the radius is 4.5 ft, then the circumference is 2*pi*4.5 = 28.27

If the diameter is 4.5, take half of that.

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