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My intuition says "no"

Or phrasing the question in another way: given two line segments, can I prove, that the longer line segment has the length of the circumference of a circle to which the shorter line segment is the radius/diameter?

Or In another way:, can I construct a circle, that has a circumference equal to a given line segment?

My intuition for "no" is based in the irrationality of Pi.