# What is a 6 inch radius?

**radius**is

**6 inches**, so we can plug that into the formula: 2π(

**6**) Now multiply the 2 with the

**6**: 12π

**inches**or about 37.699

**inches**(when we multiply the 12 with π )

Correspondingly, what is the radius of a 6 inch circle?

Circumference & Areas

Size in Inches | Circumference Inches | Area in Square Inches |
---|---|---|

5 1/4 | 16.490 | 21.650 |

5 1/2 | 17.280 | 23.760 |

5 3/4 | 18.060 | 25.970 |

6 | 18.850 | 28.270 |

Similarly, how do you figure out a radius? To **calculate** the **radius** of a circle by using the circumference, take the circumference of the circle and divide it by 2 times π. For a circle with a circumference of 15, you would divide 15 by 2 times 3.14 and round the decimal point to your answer of approximately 2.39.

Subsequently, one may also ask, what is the circumference of the diameter is 6?

The **circumference** of a circle is 7.5 pi.

What is the radius of a 24 inch diameter circle?

If it is its **circumference**, then the answer is self-evident, **24 inches**. If it is its **diameter**, then we must do a little calculation, multiplying the **diameter** by Pi to reach 75.40 **inches**. If it is its **radius** then we must multiply the previous result by 2 to reach 150.80 **inches**.