Q: Who concluded that the diameter of a circle bisects and circle?

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the diameter

A diameter bisects a circle.

Draw a straight line that bisects the circle and passes through the center.

Not sure about a lie, but such a line is called the diameter.

. . the chord.

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the diameter

It is the circle's diameter

A diameter bisects a circle.

A line that bisects a circle and goes through the center of it is the diameter.

Draw a straight line that bisects the circle and passes through the center.

Not sure about a lie, but such a line is called the diameter.

. . the chord.

A circle is a shape that has no particular direction. There is, therefore, no particular direction for anything to be perpendicular to. To that extent, this question is nonsense.Every diameter of a circle bisects it, so just draw any line through its centre!

If radius of a circle intersects a chord then it bisects the chord only if radius is perpendicular to the chord.

Bisects

Perpendicular.