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Radius & Circumference

The compass opening produces the radius of a circle, which is the distance from the centre to the outer ring, (circumference).

Radius of One

Regardless of how large we make the initial compass opening, we always call that distance 1 (ONE).

The Diameter

The diameter is the distance across the centre of the circle.

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Explanation

Correct answer: 2

As the radius is standardised to the value of 1, adding up double the length will be 2, the diameter of the circle.

Normally, in Science and Mathematics the diameter of a circle is considered to be 1. In Metaphysics, this distance is double and assigned the number 2.

William W. Williams

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