Definition and Example

The diameter of a circle is the distance from one edge of the circle to the other edge and, most importantly, through the circle's center.

No matter how the line on the left rotates, it is always the circle's diameter because the line extends from one edge of the circle to the other and the line goes through the circle's center.

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