[Tagging] Mapping larger Mini-roundabouts

Andrew Errington erringtona at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 13:36:20 BST 2012


On Wed, 06 Jun 2012 21:21:56 Philip Barnes wrote:
> Diameter is more universally understood by the layman than radius.

You and I both seem to understand it.  Let's not underestimate the ability of 
someone we haven't met.

> Radius 
> is normally only used by engineers, scientists and mathematicians.

...which is why it's a better choice.

> Plus it 
> keeps us from having to map fractions.

A diameter could have a fractional part, although we would use a decimal 
point.

Best wishes,

Andrew



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