Q: How many chords can a circle have?

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Infinite when chords are parallel to the circle's diameter

The answer is 1225.

No, not all chords of a circle pass though the center of that circle. Any cord that does pass through the center of the circle is called diameter of that circle.

Infinitely many. Infinitely many. Infinitely many. Infinitely many.

The only chords that are diameters are the chords that go through the center of the circle. All of the other chords are shorter.

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Infinitely many! because there are infinitely many points on the circle. So for each ponit on the circle a ponit can be determined on the circle at a given distance from that point resulting into greatly many eaqal chords.

Infinite when chords are parallel to the circle's diameter

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The answer is 1225.

There are an infinite number of diameters to any circle...

No, not all chords of a circle pass though the center of that circle. Any cord that does pass through the center of the circle is called diameter of that circle.

Infinitely many. Infinitely many. Infinitely many. Infinitely many.

The only chords that are diameters are the chords that go through the center of the circle. All of the other chords are shorter.

Generally, no. All circles contain an infinite number of chords, as a chord can be created between any two points on the circle. With an infinite number of points on the circle we can create an infinite number of chords.

inscribed (in geometry)

They are equidistant from the center of the circle

They are chords.