# Circumference 7143

Peter drew a regular hexagon, the vertices of which lay on a circle 16 cm long. Then, for each vertex of this hexagon, he drew a circle centered on that vertex that ran through its two adjacent vertices.

The unit was created as in the picture. Determine the circumference of the marked flower

The unit was created as in the picture. Determine the circumference of the marked flower

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