1. Calculate the radius from a known diameter by dividing the diameter in half. For example, a diameter of 20 divided by 2 produces a radius of 10. 2. Calculate the radius from a
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1. Measure without any other measurement. Draw a square around the circle. All sides of the square must touch the circle (be tangential) Measure the length of any 1 side of the square
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See the book. The Effects of Nuclear Weapons. for equations. My copy came with a circular slide rule that calculates that for optimal altitude airburst and surface burst over a yield
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Use the formula to find the radius of a body from its gravitational
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