Not true because only the largest chord passes through the center of a circle which is its diameter
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.
The secant of a circle passes through the center of a circle sometimes
In general, a "chord", but the particular set of chords that pass through the center are called diameter.
yes a diameter passes through the center of a circle
Yes a diameter will ALWAYS pass through the center
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.
No, it does not need to pass through the centre.
The diameter of a circle is a circle's largest chord.