There are twelve rules in circle geometry

- Equal arc/chord subtend equal angles at the centre. Equal angles stand on an equal arc/chord.
- Equal chords are equal distance from the centre. Chords that are equal distance from the centre are equal.
- The line from the centre of a circle to the centre of a chord is perpendicular to the chord. A perpendicular line from the chord to the centre bisects the chord.
- The angle at the centre is twice the angle standing on the same chord/arc.
- Angles on the same arc are equal.
- Angles on a semi-circle is 90°
- Cyclic Quadrilaterals are quadrilaterals where all four corners lie on a circle. The opposite angles of cyclic quadrilaterals are supplementary.x+y=180°
- The angle between the radius and a tangent is 90°
- Tangents drawn from an external point are equal.
- Two chords or secants (AB and CD) intersecting at X, then AX.BX = CX.DX
- A secant and a tangent (ABX and CX) intersecting at X, then AX.BX=CX^2

- The angle between a chord and a tangent is equal to the angle in the alternate segment.

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ReplyDeleteHere is simple and exact definition of circle, The circumference of a circle is same as the perimeter that is the distance around the outer edge. The formula of circumference is = 2 pi r (pi's symbol).

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DeleteTriangles allow us to find the lengths of certain chords with a circle given we have 2 of the lengths of a chord. The theorem is a^2+b^2=c^2 where c is the hypotenuse

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