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What is the radius of a circle whose diameter is 64 cm?

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  1. xNiker Group Title
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    Do you know what the definition of the radius is?

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  2. sidmanfu Group Title
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    um i dont remember.'

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  3. xNiker Group Title
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    The diameter is two times the radius, so then the radius is?

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    so its 64times2?

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    other way around

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    Radius * 2 = diameter, so diameter =

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    64

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    Half the diameter is the radius

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    32

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    uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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    Diameter is 64cm, half the diameter is the radius, so the radius is 32?

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    ill check

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  13. sidmanfu Group Title
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    ur right

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    sooooooooo thats the answer?

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    |dw:1328470706810:dw|

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    |dw:1328470735197:dw|

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    64/2

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  18. sidmanfu Group Title
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    is the answer 64/2?

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  19. precal Group Title
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    64/2 is 32 diameter is 64 radius is 32

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    ok thanks

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