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The diameter of the circle.

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Q: What of a circle is a chord that has the center of the circle as one of its points?
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How is a chord different from a radius?

A chord touches two points on the circumference of a circle whereas a radius touches only one point from its center.


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What is the chord of a circle?

Take any circle and draw a straight line through it anywhere so that the line intersects the circle at two distinct points. The segment between the two points on the circle is the chord. A diameter, that is, a line segment through the center, could be a chord. But any shorter segment drawn through the circle and intersecting the circle at those two distinct points is a chord. It's just that simple. Need a link? You'll find one below.


What is a chord on a circle?

A chord is a straight line from one distinct point on the circle to another. The diameter is a special chord, the longest one and the only one that passes through the center.


What is the longest chord of any circle?

The longest chord of any circle is one that passes through the center; it's the diameter of the circle. And it's that simple. Draw any diameter, which is a segment through the center of a circle, and you have the longest chord.The longest chord in a circle is its diameter


Distance between two sides of a circle?

This question is poorly worded: depending on one's definition, a circle has only one side, since a circle lacks angles (or, depending on one's definition, has an infinite number of angles) to differentiate one 'side' from another. Presumably, the person asking meant distance between two points on a circle.A straight line between any two points of a circle is called a chord. A chord (or the length of a chord) which passes through the exact center of the circle is called a diameter, which is the longest-length chord possible for a circle. A half-diameter is called a radius, which would be the distance between the exact center of circle and the circle itself.


A segment that passes through the interior of a circle and has both endpoints on the circle?

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Is a segment with endpoints on a circle?

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What is a part of a circle named by its end points?

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