Q: Is a radius a chord of a circle?

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Then the radius bisects the chord.

A chord is when two points in a circle are connected by segment. A diameter is a chord, but not a radius. The radius is not a complete segment in the circle

a chord is a line between two points on the circle the radius is a line from the center to the circle

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

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

Then the radius bisects the chord.

The radius of the circle that is perpendicular to a chord intersects the chord at its midpoint, so it is said to bisect the chord.

A chord is when two points in a circle are connected by segment. A diameter is a chord, but not a radius. The radius is not a complete segment in the circle

The relationship between the chord and the radius of the circle is Length of the chord = 2r sin(c/2) where r = radius of the circle and c = angle subtended at the center by the chord

a chord is a line between two points on the circle the radius is a line from the center to the circle

Bisects

Perpendicular.

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

Bisects that chord

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Assuming that the question was meant to be about a chord (not chrod) and radius (not radious), the answer is no. A chord is a line joining two points on the circumference of a circle. One end of a radius is on the circumference but the other is at the centre.