Q: What is the interior of a circle?

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The three parts are:the interior of the circle, the points on the circle (points on its circumference) the outside of the circle.

A sector

Sector.

The length of the perimeter is the circumference. The perimeter itself is the boundary between the interior and exterior of the circle. The perimeter of a circle is called the circumference

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exterior and interior of a circle

the interior of a circle is called a cabret

Yes

the disk

inscribed angle

Any point whose distance from the centre of the circle is smaller than the radius of the circle.

Infinity! Because you can split circle into countless triangles!

The three parts are:the interior of the circle, the points on the circle (points on its circumference) the outside of the circle.

This is often also called a "circle", so you may have to infer the specific meaning of "circle" from the context.

the set of points whose distance from the center of the circle is less than that of the radius.

A sector

That's a "sector" of the circle. It looks like a slice of pie.