This answer is incorrect.
In this question they are asking about the length of the diameter of the circle. The diameter of a circle is twice as long as the radius, therefore all that needs to be done is to double the length of the radius. In case the radius is 3 feet, therefore the diameter is 6 feet. And Mr. Jordan needs to buy 6 feet of fencing.
Now let us try another one
Which statement about pentagons is correct?
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