The diameter of a circle is defined as a segment drawn through the center, touching two points on the perimeter. The length of the diameter is the same, even when changing the location of the two points. More »

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One can calculate the diameter of a circle mathematically if the circumference or the area of the circle is known. If the location of the center of the circle is known, then the circle's diameter can be measured with a r... More »

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Pitch circle diameter is a term used to describe the centerline diameter of a circular bolt spacing, the diameter of theoretical friction discs that would transmit the same velocity ratio as two meshing gears, or the dia... More »

A chord is a straight line that connects two points on the curve of a circle. Unlike a secant, which is a line that extends infinitely in both directions, a chord is confined to inside the circle. More »

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To find the circumference of a circle, multiply the diameter by pi or double the radius times pi. Pi is an unchanging number that rounds off to 3.14. More »

The diameter of a circle can be calculated using the formula d = 2r, where "d" indicates the diameter and "r" denotes the radius of the circle. In terms of circumference, the diameter can be computed using the equation d... More »

The perimeter of a semicircle is 1/2 of the circumference of the corresponding complete circle plus the diameter of the circle. The distance around the outside of a semicircle is generally called its perimeter. More »