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If the diameter of a cylinder is 8 feet, then its radius is 16 feet. True False

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in bizzaro world yes , in reality , no..
False, other way around.
D= 2R, r being radius, d being diameter.

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what is bizzaro world?
False. :)
The world in which insane people live.
bizzaro world is where i live.. ^^^ :)
ok! lol so dpalnc is insane?
Eek. Dapainc Im going to be doing a lot of work tonight, want to help?:)
yea.. look at my profile...:)
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What.... LOL
But seriously want to help?:)
i am really confused between you 2 ! lol
@Lukecrayonz is correct...
The answer is false :P
but that's coming from an insane person..
:(
which one of you are insane? because i think you both are!
HEY! RUDE! DO NOT CALL MY IMAGINARY FRIEND INSANE!
lol not in a rudeway but you are really really funny!

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