**Calculate the Diameter of a Circle, from Its Area - Oo Kingdom**
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Calculate the Diameter of a Circle, from Its Area (or Vice Versa) Divide the area (in square units) by Pi (approximately 3.14159). Example: 303,000/3.14159 = 96,447.98 Take the square root of the result (Example: 310.56). This is the radius. Now double the radius to get the diameter (Example: 621.12 meters).

Divide the area (in square units) by Pi (approximately 3.14159). Example: 303,000/3.14159 = 96,447.98

Take the square root of the result (Example: 310.56). This is the radius.

Now double the radius to get the diameter (Example: 621.12 meters).

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