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What the plural of radius?
It is singular. The plural of "radius" is "radii" with two i's.
The plural form of radius is radii or radiuses. Both forms are accepted.
Classically, the plural should be radii, (usually pronounced ray-dee-eye) because 'radius' is a Latin word. However, in modern English, radiuses is acceptable.
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 noun of "Radius" is "Radii"
Radius is half the diameter. The diameter of a circle is a straight line that passes from one side of the circle to the other through the centre of the circle. Half of that li…ne is the radius.
The Latin plural of radius is radii. (ray-dee-eye)
Radius is the distance from the center of a circle to the outer edge, the same as one-half of the diameter of a circle.
No, the word its is a singular pronoun, the possessive form of "it". The plural form of the possessive pronoun "its" is theirs. The plural form of the possessive …adjective "its" is their.
The plural for the pronoun it is they or them.
Plural is an English term for explaining more than 1. For example. Cat is singular Cats is plural. House is singular. Houses is plural.
Actually did is the past sense verb of the original verb 'do'. There is no bifurcation as singular and plural for the verbs. Though you use it for singular person or plura…l person you should consider did only. For example: 1. Why did not he come to college yesterday? 2). Why did not they come to tution yesterday?