If Earth's radius was larger by 1 meter, how much longer would its equator be?

by approx 6 meters
by approx 6 kilometers
by approx 60 kilometers
by approx 6000 kilometers
For each circle, the length of the cir­cum­fer­ence is c=2πr. Hence, if a radius grows by 1 meter, the cir­cum­fer­ence grows by 2 π meters - no matter what the initial value of radius was.

Answers distribution

by approx 6 meters
by approx 6 kilometers
by approx 60 kilometers
by approx 6000 kilometers
answers
flagFinland
97%
1%
1%
0%
71
flagthe United Arab Emirates
83%
2%
9%
2%
43
flagSwitzerland
71%
3%
13%
9%
52
flagthe Netherlands
65%
9%
11%
14%
121
flagItaly
65%
11%
16%
6%
79
flagSweden
65%
11%
11%
11%
52
flagGreece
58%
17%
15%
5%
39
flagIndia
52%
8%
16%
19%
86
flagSpain
52%
11%
20%
13%
44
flagBelgium
51%
16%
19%
9%
31
flagGermany
50%
17%
16%
13%
337
flagNorway
50%
16%
20%
12%
48
flagthe United States
48%
13%
17%
18%
507
flagthe United Kingdom
47%
12%
18%
19%
709
flagPoland
44%
17%
20%
15%
24268
flagCanada
42%
14%
19%
22%
57
flagFrance
38%
15%
36%
7%
52
flagAustralia
31%
11%
25%
31%
35
flagRepublic of Ireland
30%
12%
25%
28%
71
flagUnknown
28%
24%
27%
17%
1479

Gender

men44%
women46%
by approx 6 meters
44%
46%
by approx 6 kilometers
18%
17%
by approx 60 kilometers
22%
21%
by approx 6000 kilometers
15%
14%

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