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1. In this picture we see three circles and they are named CIRCLE1, CIRCLE2, and CIRCLE3. <br>
 
1. In this picture we see three circles and they are named CIRCLE1, CIRCLE2, and CIRCLE3. <br>

Latest revision as of 12:12, 6 May 2009

K-12: Materials at high school level.



1. In this picture we see three circles and they are named CIRCLE1, CIRCLE2, and CIRCLE3.

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What are the lengths of the radii?

  • The length of the radius of CIRCLE1 is ___________
  • The length of the radius of CIRCLE2 is ___________
  • The length of the radius of CIRCLE3 is ___________


2. Circle the correct answer. The three circles are: congruent similar


3. Circle the correct answer. The line segments DE and FG are: congruent similar


4. Look at line segment DE. Is DE a radius, a diameter or a chord? __________________


5. Look at line segment FG. Is FG a radius, a diameter or a chord? __________________


6. Draw a radius for CIRCLE1 and label it R1. Draw a radius for CIRCLE3 and label it R3.


7. Are R1 and R3 congruent or similar? _______________________________