# What is the diameter of a 4 meter circle?

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## What is the diameter of a 4 meter circle?

The diameter of a circle is the distance from one edge to the other, passing through the center. It is twice the radius….Diameter of a Circle.

Diameter | m2 | ft2 |
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4.0 m | 12.57 | 135.3 |

4.1 m | 13.20 | 142.1 |

4.2 m | 13.85 | 149.1 |

4.3 m | 14.52 | 156.3 |

## What is the radius of 4 meter?

A circle of radius = 4 or diameter = 8 or circumference = 25.13 meters has an area of: 5.027 × 10-5 square kilometers (km²) 50.27 square meters (m²) 5.027 × 105 square centimeters (cm²)

## What’s the diameter of a 12 inch circle?

Diameter of a Circle

Diameter | in2 | ft2 |
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12.0 in | 113.1 | 0.7854 |

12.1 in | 115.0 | 0.7985 |

12.2 in | 116.9 | 0.8118 |

12.3 in | 118.8 | 0.8252 |

## How do you draw a 9 cm diameter circle?

Mark a point at a distance of 7.5 cm from the center of the circle. Draw tangents to the given circle from this exterior point. Measure the length of each tangent.

## What is the diameter of a 9 cm circle?

What is the area of a circle with diameter 9 cm

Result: The area of a circle with diameter 9 is 63.62 | |
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Formulae: | |

r = 4.5 d = 9 C = 28.3 | A = πr2 = π(d2)2 A = C24π π = 3.1415 A = area C = circumference or perimeter r = radius, d = diameter |

## How do you construct a diameter of a circle?

Steps: Draw a line across the circle to make a “chord” Construct the perpendicular bisector of that chord to make a diameter of the circle. Construct the perpendicular bisector of that diameter to get the center of the circle.