03/27/20 - Congruent Parts of a Circle

QuizÂ by Christopher Jones

High School
Geometry
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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111.41.C.12.A

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3 questions
• Q1
Is the radius of a circle a chord?
No
Yes
300s
111.41.C.12.A
• Q2
What is NOT true about two congruent chords in a circle?
They have congruent inscribed arcs.
The diameter of the circle bisects both chords.
The measure of the central angles formed by their endpoints are congruent.
They are equidistant from the center of the circle.
300s
111.41.C.12.A
• Q3
If the length of segment JK is 28 and the length of segment HK is 14, what is the length of segment GF?
7
14
28
21
300s
111.41.C.12.A

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