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A tangent to a circle is a line from a point outside the circles which touches the circle at a single point.

Tangent is the ratio between perpendicular to the base of the triangle.

It is a tangent line

yes, the slope of the line is the tangent of the angle

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A tangent line is always perpendicular to the radius.

Cotangent is 1 / tangent. Since tangent is sine / cosine, cotangent is cosine / sine.

The tangent of an angle equals the inverse of an angle complementary to it. The relationship between the two tangents is that they are multiplicative inverses.

A tangent is always perpendicular to the radius of a circle. A radius is a straight line going from the center of the circle to the circumference (edge) of the circle. A tangent is a straight line outside the circle that touched the circle at one (and only one) point. When a tangent touches the outside edge of the circle at the same point where a radius touches the edge of the circle, the angle between the radius and tangent line is 90 degrees meaning they are perpendicular.

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A straight line touches the circumference of a circle only at one point and it is a tangent line

A tangent to a circle is a line from a point outside the circles which touches the circle at a single point.

Is calleda tangent line. Is called a tangent line

Tangent is the ratio between perpendicular to the base of the triangle.

It is a tangent line

yes, the slope of the line is the tangent of the angle

The tangent secant angle is the angle between the tangent to a circle and the secant, when the latter is extended.