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What is the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 45 centimeters? A. 70.7 centimeters B. 6,361.7 centimeters C. 141.4 centimeters D. 282.7 centimeters
Circumference is equal to pi * diameter. Circumference = C. 141.4 centimeters.
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