- How wide is 1270 mm?
- How wide is 600mm in inches?
- Is 50mm 2 inches?
- What is a 30 mm in a standard size?
- What is the area of a 10 circle?
- What is the diameter of a 10ft circle?
- How big is a 100 cm circle?
- What size is 30 by 40 cm in inches?
- How do you calculate the length of a circle?
- Is radius half of diameter?
- What is equal to half the diameter of a circle?
- What is the diameter of a 7cm circle?
- What is the diameter of 11cm?
- What is the area of the diameter is 24?
- What is the radius and diameter of 4.2 cm?
- How do you find the diameter of the circle whose radius is?
- What is the diameter when the radius is 4?
- What is the radius of a circle that is 4 cm?
- How do you find the radius?

## How wide is 1270 mm?

50.000 Inches

## How wide is 600mm in inches?

Convert 600 Millimeters to Inches

mm | in |
---|---|

600.00 | 23.622 |

600.05 | 23.624 |

600.10 | 23.626 |

600.15 | 23.628 |

## Is 50mm 2 inches?

Millimeters to inches conversion table

Millimeters (mm) | Inches (“) (decimal) | Inches (“) (fraction) |
---|---|---|

40 mm | 1.5784 ″ | 1 37/64 ″ |

50 mm | 1.9685 ″ | 1 31/32 ″ |

60 mm | 2.3622 ″ | 2 23/64 ″ |

70 mm | 2.7559 ″ | 2 3/4 ″ |

## What is a 30 mm in a standard size?

1.18″

## What is the area of a 10 circle?

78.5 square inches

## What is the diameter of a 10ft circle?

Diameter of a Circle

Diameter | ft | m |
---|---|---|

10′0″ | 31.42 | 9.576 |

10′1″ | 31.68 | 9.655 |

10′2″ | 31.94 | 9.735 |

10′3″ | 32.20 | 9.815 |

## How big is a 100 cm circle?

What is the area of a circle with a DIAMETER of 100 cm (radius of 50 cm)?…Area of a 100 Centimeter Circle.

7,854.0 | square centimeters |
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0.78540 | square meters |

1,217.4 | square inches |

8.4540 | square feet |

0.93933 | square yards |

## What size is 30 by 40 cm in inches?

Standard Metric ‘CM’ picture frame sizes

Centimetres (cm) | Millimetres (mm) | Inches |
---|---|---|

30 x 40 cm | 300 x 400 mm | 11.81″ x 15.75″ |

35 x 100 cm | 350 x 1000 mm | 13.78″ x 39.37″ |

40 x 40 cm | 400 x 400 mm | 15.75″ x 15.75″ |

40 x 50 cm | 400 x 500 mm | 15.75″ x 19.69″ |

## How do you calculate the length of a circle?

The circumference = π x the diameter of the circle (Pi multiplied by the diameter of the circle). Simply divide the circumference by π and you will have the length of the diameter. The diameter is just the radius times two, so divide the diameter by two and you will have the radius of the circle!

## Is radius half of diameter?

and diameter is a line segment from one end of the circle to the other end of the circle passing through the center of the circle. So, the radius is half the length of the diameter.

## What is equal to half the diameter of a circle?

radius

## What is the diameter of a 7cm circle?

Answer. Here,diameter is 7 cm. So radius is 7/2=3.5 cm.

## What is the diameter of 11cm?

5.5 cm

## What is the area of the diameter is 24?

2918.7 square centimeters (cm²)

## What is the radius and diameter of 4.2 cm?

Answer: The radius is 4.2 and the diameter is always twice the amount of the radius so its 8.4. No problem!

## How do you find the diameter of the circle whose radius is?

1 Answer

- The radius of a circle is exactly half the length of the diameter. Thus, to find the diameter when given the radius, multiply the radius’s length by 2 .
- 2r=d.
- 2×11=d.
- 22=d.

## What is the diameter when the radius is 4?

For example, if the circumference is 12.56, you would divide 12.56 by 3.14159 to get 4, which is the diameter of the circle. Use the diameter to find the radius by dividing the diameter by 2. For example, if the diameter is 4, the radius would be 2.

## What is the radius of a circle that is 4 cm?

What is the area of a circle with radius 4 cm?

Result: The area of a circle with radius 4 is 50.27 | |
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Formulae: | |

r = 4 d = 8 C = 25.1 | A = πr2 = π(d2)2 A = C24π π = 3.1415 A = area C = circumference or perimeter r = radius, d = diameter |

## How do you find the radius?

Just remember to divide the diameter by two to get the radius. If you were asked to find the radius instead of the diameter, you would simply divide 7 feet by 2 because the radius is one-half the measure of the diameter. The radius of the circle is 3.5 feet. You can also use the circumference and radius equation.