Its diameter is congruent to a side of square.
The largest rectangle inscribed in a circle would be the inscribed square. You can calculate the area of the square by the fact that its diagonal is the diameter of the circle.
The diameter of the circle equals the length of a side of the square
The diameter of the circle is congruent to the length of the diagonal of the inside square. If you know the length of one side of the square, you can use pythagorean's theorem to solve for its diagonal (hypotenuse) and thusly the square's diameter.
The sides of the Square.
The diagonal of the square.
A. The hexagon is circumscribed about the circle . D. Each vertex of the hexagon lies outside the circle . E. The circle is tangent to each side of the hexagon .
Congruent; I think...
Not always unless it is the diameter of a circle which is its largest chord
No because the diameter of a circle is its largest chord.
It could be the diameter of a circle that produces 2 congruent segments or the midpoint of a line segment
An inscribed angle is an angle whose vertex is on the circle and whose sides are chords.
What the word congruent and circle have in common is that circles have a congruent radii. All of the radii in a single circle is congruent to each other.
Yes, any diameter which is perpendicular to a chord bisects said chord. This can be proved most easily with a picture, but is proved using a congruent triangle proof. Both triangles include the points at the center of the circle and the intersection of the diameter and chord. The other points should be the endpoints of the chord. They are congruent by hypotenuse leg; it was given that they are right triangle by the "perpendicular", the "leg" is the segment between the center of the circle and the intersection, and it is equal in both triangles because it is the same segment in both triangles. The hypotenuses are equal because both are radii of the circle. Because the triangles are congruent, their sides must be so the two halves of the chord are congruent, and therefore the chord is bisected by the diameter.
A right-angled (90 degrees) cross (+) is formed by the two diameter lines crossing in the centre of the circle.
Yes, there can be congruent arcs on a circle. Arcs which subtend the same angle at the center are considered as congruent.
In the same circle, or in congruent circles, two minor arcs are congruent if and only if their corresponding chords are congruent.
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Yes, all of the radii in a single circle are congruent.
That particular segment is the radius of the circle, which is half of the diameter.The radiusThe line segment (distance) from the center of a circle to any point on the diameter of the circle is called the radius.radius which is half the diameter and the area of the circle is pi*radius squared.A chord of a circle is a line segment that has its endpoints on the circumference of the circle.If a line segment is drawn from the center of the circle to the circumference (or curve), it is called a radius.If a chord passes through the center of the circle, its length is the diameter (width) of the circle.Radius joins the center of the circle to any point on the circle and a chord cuts through the circle but does not pass through the center.length of a line segment joining center andany poit on a circleThis is the definition of the radius of the circle, which is equal to one-half the diameter of the circleThe radius of the circle, equal to one-half of its diameter, is any line that goes from the center of the circle to any point on the circle.The distance between the center and the edge of a circle is called the radius.The distance between the center and edge of a circle is called the radius.RadiusThe distance from the center of a circle to its outer edge is the Radius.A line drawn between the center of a circle and the edge of the circle is called the radius.Radius.Diameter is the entire distance across the circle, and radius is from the center to the edge (so 2r=D).Radius :dRadiusThe distance is known as the radius and is drawn in a straight line from the centre of the circle to the edge of the circle itself
If you mean the diameter of a circle with area pi, then the diameter is 2. If you mean the diameter of a circle with circumference pi, then the diameter is 2. If you mean the diameter of a circle with diameter pi, then the diameter is pi. If you mean the diameter of a circle with radius pi, then the diameter is 2pi.