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    \[r= \frac{C }{2\pi }\]

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    Well, that's the formula to get the radius. :)

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    \[\large Circumference~=~2\pi r\] To solve for r, get r alone. \[\large \frac{Circumference}{2\pi}~=~\frac{2\pi r}{2\pi}\]\[\large \frac{Circumference}{2\pi}~=~r\]

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    so D is right /... what do u 2 think

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    Yes, it would be D

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    Dividing by \(2\pi\) is the same as diving by \(2\) then dividing by \(\pi\)

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    what would u go with\

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    Well D is correct, so that's what I'd go with

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    (chuckle) ok lol

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    Woah woah there. Let's keep it to one question a thread.

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    fine...1 sec

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