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If a chord is perpendicular to a segment drawn from the center of the circle, what do you know about the point where the segment and the chord intersect?

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|dw:1398106610635:dw| do you see what happens when perpendicular lines intersect?
|dw:1398107128757:dw| how is that not the question? Isn't this where the segment and chord intersect?
It is...but I don't know what I'm supposed to know about the actual point of intersection

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It forms right angles, yes, but that's not about the point itself
It doesn't look like there's anything special about the point as far as I can tell
Yeah...that was my take as well.
Ahhhh....I think I got it The point intersecting the segments and the chord bisects the segments
Guess I just needed to talk it out - thnx for the help!
oh, christ. oversight. that looks right
Lol, :D

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