What is the exact circumference of the circle? A. inches B. inches C. inches D. inches

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What is the exact circumference of the circle? A. inches B. inches C. inches D. inches

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A. 48 inches B.32 inches C. 16 inches D. 8 inches
21 inches
@Aureyliant can you help me plz
it could be any one of those. it depends on the size of the circle.
What do you think the answer is? :)
i think it is c
Circumference = π × diameter = 2 × π × radius
Try plugging in what you have to check your answer. What do you think the diameter of this circle is?
b?
nope thats wrong
There are two ways to do it.. you'd get the same answer.
Either use the radius of the circle provided, or the overall diameter.
dont listen to Aureyliant
she stupid
Have you heard of "2πr"? @ deadpool
no
Then tell me your understanding of what you think that means :)
21
@gabriel0098 Please refer to the CoC as you are not allowed to give out direct answers.
hush
im not sure of what it means sory
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2 x pie x radius
No problem, that's what I'm here for :)
^ Same formula I provided above
okay
the radius is half of th diameter
There are formulas in solving for circumference of a circle. The circumference of the circle is the distance of the outline of the circle.
Is everything clear so far? Or do you have anymore Q's?
no everything is clear so far
Awesome! So, since we know that in order to solve for circumference, we need to either: a. Multiply the DIAMETER by PIE b. Multiply the RADIUS by 2 by PIE
Radius times 2 = diameter
The half of a diameter is the radius.
Is this clear? :)
yeah so 16*2 would = the answer?
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No, the diameter is not what we should multiply it by.
ohk
We need to multiply 16 times PIE
Do you know the value of pie?
no
Usually for small stages, multiply 16 by 3.14
okay
So now what do you get? :)
50.24
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so was i right?
Yes.. that is the correct answer but I don't see the answer in the choices.
@Aureyliant you a snitch
They aren't moderators.
so maybe 48 since it the closest?
snitches get stitches. @Aureyliant
true dat @pepper.dip.user
@deadpool01 I just noticed now that you posted this Q in the wrong section. Try posting math Q's in the math section so you can get faster help :)
okay

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