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Find the radius of the circle Diameter = 76 cm - Mathematics

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Find the radius of the circle

Diameter = 76 cm

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Solution

Diameter = 76 cm

Radius = `"diameter"/2`

= `76/2`

= 38 cm

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Chapter 1: Geometry - Exercise 1.4 [Page 9]

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Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi Class 4th Mathematics Term 1 Answers Guide
Chapter 1 Geometry
Exercise 1.4 | Q C. iii. | Page 9

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