# Radius of a Circle Calculator

Welcome to the **radius of a circle calculator**, where we'll focus on **how to find the radius of a circle based on other data**: the circumference, area, or diameter. The concept is not too difficult, and, in essence, it's enough to follow a few simple steps that we describe in detail below, all of which take you straight to **a radius of a circle formula**.

## What is the radius of a circle?

By definition, **a circle** is a 2-dimensional shape consisting of all the points lying at the same, fixed distance from a given point. That distance is called **the radius of the circle**.

Now that we know what the radius of a circle is (marked with green) let's get familiar with the rest of the lines.

**Circumference**(blue) is the perimeter length of the circle.**Diameter**(red) is a line with both endpoints on the circle going through the center.**Chord**(purple) is any line with both endpoints on the circle.

In some sense, **the radius is the MVP here**: it plays a crucial role in all the formulas, so it's essential to learn how to find the radius of a circle. Fortunately, the task is fairly simple. After all, since the MVP is there in all the equations, we can get the radius of a circle from the area, or we can get the radius of a circle from the circumference.

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

There are three radius of a circle formulas, depending on what number you know:

**Radius of a circle from area**: if you know the area`A`

, the radius is`r = √(A / π)`

.**Radius of a circle from circumference**: if you know the circumference`c`

, the radius is`r = c / (2 * π)`

.**Radius of a circle from diameter**: if you know the diameter`d`

, the radius is`r = d / 2`

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Fortunately, **our radius of a circle calculator handles all of the above cases**. Even better! You don't have to choose which radius of a circle formula you need: simply input the measurement you have into the tool, and it will automatically process the radius of a circle equation tailored for your needs.

## Other circle-related calculators

Remember that the radius of a circle calculator is not our only tool dealing with those pesky round objects. Below, we list the others, all ready to **deal with your day-to-day circular problems**.

- Circle calc: find c, d, a, r
- Area of a circle calculator
- Circumference calculator
- Equation of a circle calculator
- Circle measurements calculator
- Circle formula calculator
- Circle length calculator
- Circumference and area of a circle calculator
- Diameter of a circle calculator
- Circle perimeter calculator
- Circumference to diameter calculator
- Square footage of a circle calculator
- Square inches of a circle calculator

## FAQ

### What is the radius of a unit circle?

By definition, a unit circle is a circle with radius `1`

. It is a general object used in mathematics (e.g., when explaining trigonometric functions), so usually, the `1`

has no unit assigned.

### What is the radius of a 6-foot circle?

To find the radius whose circumference is equal to `6`

feet, we follow the steps below:

**Write**the circumference as`c = 6 ft`

.**Recall**the formula for the radius of a circle from circumference:`r = c / (2 * π)`

.**Inject**the circumference into the equation:`r = (6 ft) / (2 * π) = 3/π ft`

.- If needed,
**substitute**`π ≈ 3.14`

:`r = 3/π ft ≈ 0.96 ft`

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