The radius of a circle is a straight line from the centre of the circle to its circumference or boundary.
use a ruler to measure the length between the origin and the circumference
One of the most important functions of the radius is anchoring the muscles of the upper arm and the forearm. It is found on the thumb side of the forearm and rotates to allow …the hand to pivot at the wrist.
The plural form for the singular noun radius is radii or radiuses, both are now accepted.
Radius is a name in Latin called spin the wheel
Classically, the plural should be radii , (usually pronouncedray-dee-eye) because 'radius' is a Latin word. However, in modern English, radiuses is acceptable.
radius bones radii radiuses
I assume you mean radius of a circle, which is just half the diameter. So you measure the distance across the circle at the widest point, and then divide by two
The plural noun of "Radius" is "Radii"
It is singular. The plural of "radius" is "radii" with two i's.
The Latin plural of radius is radii. (ray-dee-eye)
The plural form of radius is radii.
The plural form of radius is radii or radiuses. Both forms are accepted.