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Circumference to Diameter Converter – a valuable tool designed to assist students and learners in converting circumference to diameters. Understanding the relationship between a circle's circumference and diameter is fundamental in geometry and mathematics. This converter simplifies the process of converting circumference to diameters, making it accessible for students of all levels.

The circumference to diameter conversion involves finding the diameter of a circle when its circumference is known. It is a crucial concept in geometry and is expressed by the formula: **D = C/π** , D is the diameter, C is the circumference, and π is the mathematical constant approximately equal to 3.14159.

This conversion is essential for various geometric calculations and real-world applications. Understanding the relationship between circumference and diameter is fundamental in fields such as engineering, physics, and architecture.

Our converter simplifies the calculation process. Input the circumference value, and the converter will provide you with the corresponding diameter.

The formula to calculate the diameter (D) from the circumference (C) is given by:

`$${\text{Diameter}}_{}=\frac{{\text{Circumference}}_{}}{{\text{\Pi}}_{}}$$`

Where π is approximately equal to 3.14159.

Example 1:

Given a circumference (C) of 20 units, calculate the diameter (D).

Using the formula:

${\text{Diameter}}_{}=\frac{{\text{Circumference}}_{}}{{\text{\Pi}}_{}}$

${\text{Diameter}}_{}=\frac{{\text{20}}_{}}{{\text{\Pi}}_{}}$

Result: 6.367 units

Example 2:

Given a circumference (C) of 30 meters, calculate the diameter (D).

Using the formula:

${\text{Diameter}}_{}=\frac{{\text{Circumference}}_{}}{{\text{\Pi}}_{}}$

${\text{Diameter}}_{}=\frac{{\text{30}}_{}}{{\text{\Pi}}_{}}$

Result: 9.540 meters

Example 3:

Given a circumference (C) of 20 inches, calculate the diameter (D).

Using the formula:

${\text{Diameter}}_{}=\frac{{\text{Circumference}}_{}}{{\text{\Pi}}_{}}$

${\text{Diameter}}_{}=\frac{{\text{30}}_{}}{{\text{\Pi}}_{}}$

Result: 6.367 inches

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