c (circumference) c=pie d
where d is the diameter.
How do i find d to the nearest hundredth when c=39cm?
and i have to solve the formula C=pie d for d.

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1. C = pi * d
39m = 3.14d
39/31.4 = d
?? = d

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2. Thanks.

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posted by tito
3. You're welcome. But please correct my error.

The third line should be:
39/3.14 = d

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