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Grayfox5 Group Title

to get the circumfrence do you multipy the diamiter times pi the divide?

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    \[c = 2 \pi r\]

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    You statement makes no sense. Please post a coherent question

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    You multiply.

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    what are the steps to find circumfrence?

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    multiply pi times diameter or multiply radius times 2 and multiply that times pi

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