How big is a 5mm circle?

Answer Since one millimeter equals 0.03937 inches, a 5-millimeter circle has a diameter of 0.1969 inches. Since circumference is the product of Pi (3.14) and diameter (0.1969), a 5-millimeter circle has a... Read More »

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