Yes a diameter will ALWAYS pass through the center
All diameters pass through the centre of a circle, is true.
Yes. In geometry, a diameter of a Circleis any straight Line_segmentthat passes through the center of the circle and whose endpoints are on the circle.
This question does not make sense. All chords are not, in fact, diameters. Actually, only chords that pass through the center of a circle are diameters.
No, not all chords of a circle pass though the center of that circle. Any cord that does pass through the center of the circle is called diameter of that circle.
The secant of a circle passes through the center of a circle sometimes
yes a diameter passes through the center of a circle
It can but does not have to.
A diameter of a circle must pass through the center of that circle. A cord is a line segment that has its endpoints on the circumference of a circle. It can be any line segment. If that cord also passes through the center of the circle, it is said to be a diameter of that circle. A diameter of a circle is the longest cord of the circle.
Neither secant nor tangent pass through the center of a circle. A secant passes through one point on the circle and the tangent passes through two points on a circle.
Not true because only the largest chord passes through the center of a circle which is its diameter
The diameter of a circle is a circle's largest chord.