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Q: What is the point from which all points on a circle are the same distance?

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The points are all the same distance from the center of the circle. The distance between the center and any point is the radius of the circle.

The center.

That's called the center

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The set of all points a given distance from a center point is a circle. The given distance is the radius, and the given point is the center. Or, in 3 dimensional space, a sphere.

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The points are all the same distance from the center of the circle. The distance between the center and any point is the radius of the circle.

The center.

A circle

A circle has all of it's points the same distance from the center. For example, if you put a dot on a given point on the circumference, or outline of a circle, all the points have the same distance from the circle. This only works if you put a point on the outline or circumference of the circle.

The centre of a circle is equal distance from all points of its circumference

the center of the circleThat point is called the "center" of the circle.

"Circle". That "same distance" is the radius of the circle, and that "given point" is the center of the circle.

That's called the center

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That is a circle.

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