# A saucer has a radius of 8 cm. A plate has a radius of 12 cm. How much greater circumference of the plate than the circumference of the saucer?

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The circumference of a circle is calculated using the formula (C = 2 \pi r), where (r) is the radius of the circle.

For the saucer: Radius ((r)) = 8 cm Circumference ((C_{\text{saucer}})) = (2 \times \pi \times 8 = 16 \pi) cm

For the plate: Radius ((r)) = 12 cm Circumference ((C_{\text{plate}})) = (2 \times \pi \times 12 = 24 \pi) cm

The difference in circumferences is: [ \text{Difference} = C_{\text{plate}} - C_{\text{saucer}} = 24 \pi - 16 \pi = 8 \pi ] cm

So, the circumference of the plate is (8 \pi) cm greater than the circumference of the saucer.

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