The only chords that are diameters are the chords that go through the center of the circle. All of the other chords are shorter.
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.
A diameter is a cord in a circle containing the center of the circle. But some circles are sections of spheres. Not all diameters are diameters of spheres.
No, all chords are not diameters, though all diameters are chords.
The diameter of a circle is its largest chord
Yes, a diameter can be regarded as a special case of a chord. NB: NOT ALL CHORDS ARE DIAMETERS!
A chord is any line segment going from one side of the circle to another. A diameter is a special chord - it is a chord that goes through the center of the circle. It is also the biggest chord possible in the circle. So all diameters are chords, but not all chords are diameters
There are an infinite number of diameters to any circle...
No because the diameter of a circle is its largest chord.
Not unless the chords are both diameters.
True, true. Very true.
There are infinite diameters in a circle all of the same lengths.