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find the diameter and the radius of the circle with the given circumference use 3.14 for *Pie* C= 25.12 in. how do you do this?? please help tHank you =]

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    The circumference of a circle is given by \[C = 2\pi r \] so you can use the given circumference to solve for the radius r. From there, the diameter is just 2 times the radius.

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