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  1. lilcici
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  2. lilcici
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    i need it explained

  3. SGREBORN
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    radius is half of diameter which is MN

  4. lilcici
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    hey @skullpatrol its taylorluvsya i got suspended fromm my other account

  5. ranyai12
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    The radius is half the dameter and the diameter is the straight line segment passing through the center of the circle

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    so half of th line segment would be th radius

  7. ranyai12
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    therefore MN would be the diameter and PN would be the radius

  8. ranyai12
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    or MP which was nt one of the options

  9. chrisshort
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    exactly

  10. lilcici
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    thnks i think i get it now @ranyai12

  11. ranyai12
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    :)

  12. ranyai12
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    youre welcome!

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