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A line through a circle that does not go through the center of the circle is a secant line. A line through a circle that does go through the center is still a secant line, by the way. Compare this to a line segment that has its two endpoints on the circumference of the circle. That line segment is a cord of the circle. If that cord of the circle passes through the center of the circle, then the cord is a diameter of that circle.

A line that goes through a circle is a secant line. (Remember that a line is infinitely long.) Anyline that passes through a circle is a secant line, whether it passes through the center of the circle or not. Compare this to a line segment with endpoints on the circumference of a circle. That segment is called a cord of that circle. If the cord of a circle passes through the center of that circle, it is a diameter of that circle, which is the longest cord of the circle.

A line that goes through a circle is a secant line. (Remember that a line is infinitely long.) Anyline that passes through a circle is a secant line, whether it passes through the center of the circle or not. Compare this to a line segment with endpoints on the circumference of a circle. That segment is called a cord of that circle. If the cord of a circle passes through the center of that circle, it is a diameter of that circle, which is the longest cord of the circle.

The diameter is the width of a circle, a straight line from edge to edge passing through the center. A circle of 12 feet in diameter is 12 feet wide.

A line that goes through a circle is a secant line. (Remember that a line is infinitely long.) Anyline that passes through a circle is a secant line, whether it passes through the center of the circle or not. Compare this to a line segment with endpoints on the circumference of a circle. That segment is called a cord of that circle. If the cord of a circle passes through the center of that circle, it is a diameter of that circle, which is the longest cord of the circle.

A line that goes through a circle is a secant line. (Remember that a line is infinitely long.) Anyline that passes through a circle is a secant line, whether it passes through the center of the circle or not. Compare this to a line segment with endpoints on the circumference of a circle. That segment is called a chord of that circle. If the chord of a circle passes through the center of that circle, it is a diameter of that circle, which is the longest chord of the circle.

A square will always be larger than a circle with the same diameter. Draw a square, then draw a circle that fits inside the square exactly (that is, each of the four points shared by the two shapes exactly bisect each line of the square). The square contains the entire circle, plus all the extra area in the corners.

get off of me i'm a circle not a circle with a line through it

A circle with a line through it identifies codes that are not used with a modifier.

You Are A Square................................. HAHA

Diameter of a circle is a line that goes from one side of the circle, passes through the center of the circle, and touches the other side of the circle. So a circle could have a diameter of length 2 inches, or maybe 7 feet, etc. If the line does not pass through the center of the circle, it is not a diameter.

Line through the center of a circle is the diameter or distance across the circle.

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