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By PiThagoras

Tags: Circle, Circumference, Radius, Diameter, Pi, Area

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Posted: 2013-08-26
$$D = {C \over pi} \; \; \; or \; \; \; R = {C \over 2 \pi}$$
If you need to determine the Radius ($R$) or Diameter ($D$) of a circle and only have the Circumference ($C$), you can do that with this formula.