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What do you know about chords that are equidistant from the center of the circle?

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here is some cord |dw:1398175469144:dw|
and then the other chord is just as far away from the center as the first (equidistant)

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But...I don't know what I'm supposed to know about the chords
Because they've already told me that they're equidistant, so saying that they're equal lengths from the center would just be redundant
? I don't get it...are you saying that they form a triangle?
All these cords are equidistant from the centre of the circle |dw:1398175645792:dw|
These two cords are not equidistant to the centre |dw:1398175704880:dw|
notice how one of them is longer , and one of them is shorter're saying that all the chords are the same length?
yes the equidistant ones are all the same length |dw:1398175861498:dw|
Ah...I get it, makes sense. Thnx! :D

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