A. If the line segment touches two points on the circle it is called as:
1. secant; if the line extends outside the circle.
2. chord; if the line is present only within the circle.
B. If the line segment touches one point on the circle AND the center of the circle AND is present only within the circle it is called as: radius.
A line segment that divides a circle in two is a chord.If the two parts of the circle are equal, the line segment is a diameter.See 'The Parts of the Circle' in Sources and related links, below.
A chord is a line segment whose endpoints lie on a circle. A secant is a line (or line segment) that intersects a circle in two places, endpoints NOT on the circle.
the diamater you goobers
Such a line segment would be a radius of the circle.
The line segment is a radius.
what about such a line segment? the length of such a segment is called the radius. the area of the circle is pi*the length of this segment squared the circumference is 2*pi*the length of this segment
The correct term for a line segment with both endpoints on a circle is a chord. The diameter of a circle is also a chord.
The line segment is the radius of a circle that connects the center of a circle to any point on its circumference.
The segment you describe is the radius of the circle.
if that line segment intersects the centre of the circle it is called a radius.
Not if the whole segment is inside the circle.