If an object does not have a center, the term may refer to its **circumradius**, the radius of its circumscribed circle or circumscribed sphere. In either case, the radius may be more than half the diameter, which is usually defined as the maximum distance between any two points of the figure. The inradius of a geometric figure is usually the radius of the largest circle or sphere contained in it. The inner radius of a ring, tube or other hollow object is the radius of its cavity.

For regular polygons, the radius is the same as its circumradius.^{} The inradius of a regular polygon is also called apothem. In graph theory, the radius of a graph is the minimum over all vertices *u* of the maximum distance from *u* to any other vertex of the graph.^{}

The radius of the circle with perimeter (circumference) *C* is

For many geometrical figures, the radius has a well-defined relationship with other measures of the figure.

The radius of a circle with area *A* is

This page was last edited on 21 February 2018, at 18:42.

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radius under CC BY-SA license.

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radius under CC BY-SA license.

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