Draw a cord through the circle (a line through the circle, but not too close to where you imagine the center to be). With construction techniques, find the perpendicular at the center point of the cord, and draw the perpendicular. Do the same thing again starting with a different cord, and the two perpendiculars will intersect at the center of the circle.
The point from which the circle is drawn IS the center.
The line from the center of a circle to a point on the circle is the radius.
The radius is the distance between the center of a circle and a point on the circle
The line that connects a point on a circle to the center of a circle is called the Radius.
Center. For example, if the point in the center of the circle was point O, then the circle would be named circle O.
It is the center of the circle
A RADIUS connects the center of a circle to any point on the circle.
A circle has a round shape in which every point on the circle is the same distance from one point called "the center". The center of a circle is not on the circle.
It is the circle's center point
the center of the circleThat point is called the "center" of the circle.