## Can a circle have more than one diameter?

A radius of a **circle** is a segment **with one** endpoint on the **circle** and the other endpoint at the center of the **circle**. There is only **one diameter** drawn on **circle** C. However, every **circle has an** infinite number of possible **diameters**.

## How many radius can have a circle?

A **circle can have** more than one **radius** because there are infinite points on its circumference. This means that a **circle has** an infinite number of **radii** and all the **radii** of the **circle** are equidistant from the center of the **circle**.

## How many chords can a circle have?

A **circle has** only finite number of equal **chords**.

## Can there be more than one radius?

a plural of **radius**.

## Is a diameter a chord?

A **chord** that passes through the center of a circle is called a **diameter** and is the longest **chord**.

## What is the circumference if the radius is 4?

1 Answer. The **circumference** is 8πcm or 25.12cm.

## How do you find a radius?

Just remember to divide the diameter by two to **get** the **radius**. If you were asked to **find** the **radius** instead of the diameter, you would simply divide 7 feet by 2 because the **radius** is one-half the measure of the diameter. The **radius** of the circle is 3.5 feet. You can also use the circumference and **radius** equation.

## What is the radius of the diameter is 4?

Use the **diameter** to find the **radius** by dividing the **diameter** by 2. For example, if the **diameter is 4**, the **radius** would be 2.

## How do you find the radius of a circle with points?

The **radius** of your **circle** is the distance between the **points** (−1,4) and (3,−2). Using the Distance Formula: D=√(3−(−1))2+(−2−4)2=√42+(−6)2=√16+36=√52.

## Does a circle has only finite number of equal chords?

False. There are infinite points on a **circle**. Therefore, we **can** draw infinite **number** of **chords** of given length. Hence, a **circle has** infinite **number of equal chords**.

## How many tangents can a circle have?

A **circle can have** infinite **tangents**.

Such lines are called **tangent** lines or simply as **tangents** to the **circle** from a given point. It may be noted that from a particular point outside a **circle** only two **tangents can** be drawn.

## Are all circles similar?

Similarity is a quality of scaling: two shapes are **similar** if you can scale one to be like the other, like these triangles ABC and DEF. Since **all circles** are of the same shape (they only vary by size), any **circle** can be scaled to form any other **circle**. Thus, **all circles** are **similar**!

## What is the multiple of radius?

The plural of **radius** can be either **radii** (from the Latin plural) or the conventional English plural radiuses. The typical abbreviation and mathematical variable name for **radius** is r.

## Which one is the radius?

The **radius** or radial bone is **one** of the two large bones of the forearm, the other being the ulna. It extends from the lateral side of the elbow to the thumb side of the wrist and runs parallel to the ulna.

## Is radius half of diameter?

**Half** of the **diameter**, or the distance from the midpoint to the circle border, is called the **radius** of the circle (r).