Q: What is the straight line from the center of a circle to the outside called?

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A line segment with the center of a circle as one endpoint and the other endpoint on the circumference of the circle is a rdius of that circle.

A straight line from the center of a circle to the outer edge is called a radius.

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It's Called The Radius

That's called a radius.

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A line segment with the center of a circle as one endpoint and the other endpoint on the circumference of the circle is a rdius of that circle.

A straight line from the center of a circle to the outer edge is called a radius.

Radias

In a straight line. From the center to the outside of a circle.

It's Called The Radius

From the centre of a circle to the outside edge is known as the radius.

That's called a radius.

It is called the diameter. The line that goes halfway through the circle is the radius.The length of a straight line through the center of a circle is called the diameter. Any other object I'm not sure has a name; perhaps the length...width...or height

A straight line that intersects a circle or curve at two points, but which has both end points outside the circle or curve is called a secant. A straight line that links two points on a circle or curve is called a chord. A straight line which touches a circle or curve at one point is called a tangent. A straight line that cuts a circle or curve at one point is a straight line.* For moving diagrams see Related links below this box.

radius

the radius

A straight line connecting two points on a circle is a "Chord". If the chord goes through the center of the circle, it is called, "Diameter".