A circle does not have any points. The circle is completely rounded off.
A segment with end points on a circle is a chord of that circle.
A straight line joining points on a circle is called a "chord" of that circle. If the line happens to pass through the center of the circle, then it's a "diameter" of that circle. The question asked about "points" on a circle, so two points on the circumference of that circle are being considered. (No line can join more than two points of a circle.)
This is the center of the circle. From the center of the circle, all the points on the circle are equally distant.
Yes, and the two points are located on the circumference of the circle
Hey segment joining the center of the circle to a point on the circle
The three parts are:the interior of the circle, the points on the circle (points on its circumference) the outside of the circle.
A part of a circle between two points on a circle is called is called an arc.
A segment between two points on a circle is
They are 4 points on the circle, and 29 on or in the circle.
The diameter of the circle.
It is the centre of the circle