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Trying to find the circumference of the circle using 22 over seven or 3.14 for pie

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  1. anonymous
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    lol pi. do they give you the radius or diameter of this circle?

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    yes its 11m

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    yes its 11m

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    yes its 11m

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    yes its 11m

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    yes its 11m

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    yes its 11m

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    what is 11m? the diameter or radius?

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    yes its 11m

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    yes its 11m

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    yes its 11m

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    ysorry my computer froz and i pressed it a million times

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    haha. is that the diameter or the radius?

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    i think its the diameter

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    thanks for helping me

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    its the radius im sorry

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    circumference = 2r*pi = d*pi r=radius and d=diameter

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