Q: Can the chord touch the center point?

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A chord not including its diameter

there is a center point, an arc, a radius, a diameter, a chord.

No, a radius connects the center of a circle the a point on the outside, a chord connects to points on the outside of the circle. Thanks for asking on

False because that would be its radius and the largest chord of a circle is its diameter.

A chord.

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A chord not including its diameter

A chord. a diameter also has endpoints on a circle, the only difference is a diameter goes through the center point and a chord doesnt have to go through the center. a diameter is considered a chord.

there is a center point, an arc, a radius, a diameter, a chord.

A chord is a straight line from one distinct point on the circle to another. The diameter is a special chord, the longest one and the only one that passes through the center.

A chord touches two points on the circumference of a circle whereas a radius touches only one point from its center.

No, a radius connects the center of a circle the a point on the outside, a chord connects to points on the outside of the circle. Thanks for asking on

No because that is its radius

It is spelled chord. A radius is a straight line from the center (centre) to any point on the circumference. a chord is any straight line through the circle intersecting the circumference at two points. A diameter is a chord that also intersects the center.

False because that would be its radius and the largest chord of a circle is its diameter.

A chord.

The definition of chord is a line segment connecting one point of the circumference of a circle to another without passing through the center.

So, you have learned that a chord is a line segment that connects any two points on the edge of a circle, and that the most special chord is the diameter, which also goes through the center point of the circle and is the longest chord.