# How to find the radius from the circumference?

## How to find the radius from the circumference?

How do I find the radius from the circumference? To find the radius from the circumference of a circle, you have to do the following: Divide the circumference by π, or 3.14 for an estimation. The result is the circle’s diameter. Divide the diameter by 2. And there you go, you found the circle’s radius.

What is the unit of the circumference of a circle?

The result is the circle’s diameter, 3.18 centimeters. Divide the diameter by 2. And there you go, the radius of a circle with a circumference of 10 centimeters is 1.59 centimeters. What is the unit of the circumference of a circle?

### How do you find the diameter of a circle?

If you want to find the diameter from the circumference of a circle, follow these steps: Divide the circumference by π, or 3.14 for an estimation. And that’s it; you have the circle’s diameter .

When to use a circumference or area calculator?

Use our circumference calculator to find the radius when you only have the circumference or area of a circle. If you wish to calculate the properties of a three-dimensional solid, such as a sphere, cylinder or cone, it’s best to use our volume calculator.

## What is the circumference of a circle calc?

The circumference of a circle is calculated using the formula: 2 x π x radius, where π is a mathematical constant, equal to about 3.14159.

What can you do with a circumference calculator?

This means you can use this tool to do other calculations such as diameter to circumference, radius to area, radius to cicumference, area to radius, area to circumference etc. Infact, all the numbers are shown as soon as you type any one number. This is useful if you need to quickly calculate the circumference for whatever reasons.

### How do you find the area of a circle?

The formula to find the area when radius is given is. Area of circle = π*Radius*Radius. In the above formulas, π=3.14159 and R is the radius. You can read more about circumference in this WikiPedia article – Circumference.