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What is the radius of a circle that has a circumference of 3.14 meters?

Sep 4, 2020

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3.14=diameter*pi

=3.14/pi=diameter

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I agree. However, this is not enhanced enough.

$$3.14 = \pi \text { and } C=d\pi = \pi \therefore d \pi = \pi \implies d= \frac {\pi}{\pi} = \mathbf {1}$$as the diameter. Radius is d/2

Nacirema  Sep 4, 2020
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$$3.14 = \pi \text { and } C=d\pi = \pi \therefore d \pi = \pi \implies d= \frac {\pi}{\pi} = \mathbf {1}$$as the diameter. Radius is d/2

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The title is misleading, it should be: whoever answers earns 0 likes, sometimes even downvotes if answer is wrong, but only gets bragging rights

ilorty  Sep 5, 2020
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What is the radius of a circle that has a circumference of 3.14 meters?

r = (3.14/pi)/2 = 0.499746521 meters

Sep 5, 2020