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@jim_thompson5910 can you help me??

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- jim_thompson5910

what kind of line is line m

- anonymous

i dont know too

- dumbcow

look up all the geometry terms and definitions for circles in your textbook

- anonymous

our textbook doesn't have the definitions

- jim_thompson5910

check out this page
http://www.sparknotes.com/math/geometry1/circles/section3.rhtml

- anonymous

@jim_thompson5910 is number 1 secant?

- jim_thompson5910

that is correct

- anonymous

This will help.
http://properties-of-circles.blogspot.com/
Anyhow, I can only answer few. I'm not sure with some.
m is a secant line
n is a tangent line
angle 1 is a central angle
angle 2 is an inscribed angle /not that sure
angle 3 is an angle formed by secant and tangent lines
C is the center of the circle
A is a point on the circle /not sure
Segment AB is a diameter
Segment BC is a radius
Segment BD is a chord
E is the intersection of tangent and secant lines /don't know if there's a term for that
angle B is an angle in a semicircle (it is 90 degrees)
D is point of tangency
Segment AC is radius
angle 4 is an inscribed angle /not that sure though

- anonymous

@jim_thompson5910 can you check my answers??
1. secant
2.tangent
3.central angle
4.inscribed angle
5.angle formed by a secant and a tangent
6.central angle
7.tangent
8.diameter
9.radius
10.secant
11.point of tangency
12.inscribed angle
13.tangent
14.radius
15.inscribed angle

- jim_thompson5910

for #6, C is a point, not an angle

- jim_thompson5910

# 7 is incorrect

- jim_thompson5910

# 10 is incorrect

- jim_thompson5910

# 11 is incorrect

- jim_thompson5910

# 13 would be the point of tangency

- anonymous

@jim_thompson5910 this is my last question
is 4 inscribed angle?
is 7 point on the circle?
is 11 intersection of tangent and secant lines?
is 12 angle in a semicircle?
is 15 inscribed angle?

- jim_thompson5910

is 4 inscribed angle? yes

- jim_thompson5910

for #7, that's all we can say really, so yes
I guess you could also say that point A is one point of the intersection of the secant line and the circle

- jim_thompson5910

is 11 intersection of tangent and secant lines? yes

- jim_thompson5910

you already did 12 and your original answer is correct

- jim_thompson5910

same with #15, your original answer for that is correct

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