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Splash Screen. Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 10–2) NGSSS Then/Now Theorem 10.2 Proof: Theorem 10.2 (part 1) Example 1: Real-World Example: Use Congruent Chords to Find Arc Measure Example 2: Use Congruent Arcs to Find Chord Lengths Theorems

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NGSSS

Then/Now

Theorem 10.2

Proof: Theorem 10.2 (part 1)

Example 1: Real-World Example: Use Congruent Chords to Find Arc Measure

Example 2: Use Congruent Arcs to Find Chord Lengths

Theorems

Example 3: Use a Radius Perpendicular to a Chord

Example 4: Real-World Example: Use a Diameter Perpendicular to a Chord

Theorem 10.5

Example 5: Chords Equidistant from Center

B

C

D

A. 105

B. 114

C. 118

D. 124

5-Minute Check 1

B

C

D

A. 35

B. 55

C. 66

D. 72

5-Minute Check 2

B

C

D

A. 125

B. 130

C. 135

D. 140

5-Minute Check 3

B

C

D

A. 160

B. 150

C. 140

D. 130

5-Minute Check 4

B

C

D

A. 180

B. 190

C. 200

D. 210

5-Minute Check 5

B

C

D

Dianne runs around a circular track that has a radius of 55 feet. After running three quarters of the distance around the track, how far has she run?

A. 129.6 ft

B. 165 ft

C. 259.2 ft

D. 345.6 ft

5-Minute Check 6

MA.912.G.6.2Define and identify: circumference, radius, diameter, arc, arc length, chord, secant, tangent and concentric circles.

MA.912.G.6.4 Determine and use measures of arcs and related angles.

NGSSS

You used the relationships between arcs and angles to find measures. (Lesson 10–2)

• Recognize and use relationships between arcs and chords.

• Recognize and use relationships between arcs, chords, and diameters.

Then/Now

Concept measures.

Concept measures.

Jewelry measures. A circular piece of jade is hung from a chain by two wires around the stone. JM  KL and = 90. Find .

Use Congruent Chords to Find Arc Measure

Example 1

Example 1

A measures.

B

C

D

A. 42.5

B. 85

C. 127.5

D. 170

Example 1

Example 2

WX = YZ Definition of congruent segments

7x – 2 = 5x + 6 Substitution

2x = 8 Add 2 to each side.

x = 4 Divide each side by 2.

So, WX = 7x – 2 = 7(4) – 2 or 26.

Example 2

A measures.

B

C

D

A. 6

B. 8

C. 9

D. 13

Example 2

Concept measures.

Use a Radius Perpendicular to a Chord

Example 3

A measures.

B

C

D

A. 14

B. 80

C. 160

D. 180

Example 3

CERAMIC TILE measures. In the ceramic stepping stone below, diameter AB is 18 inches long and chord EF is 8 inches long. Find CD.

Use a Diameter Perpendicular to a Chord

Example 4

Step 1 measures. Draw radius CE.

Use a Diameter Perpendicular to a Chord

This forms right ΔCDE.

Example 4

Since diameter measures. AB is perpendicular to EF, AB bisects chord EF by Theorem 10.3. So, DE = (8) or 4 inches.

1

__

2

Use a Diameter Perpendicular to a Chord

Step 2 Find CE and DE.

Since AB = 18 inches, CB = 9 inches. All radii of a circle are congruent, soCE = 9 inches.

Example 4

Use a Diameter Perpendicular to a Chord

Step 3 Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find CD.

CD2 + DE2 = CE2 Pythagorean Theorem

CD2 + 42 = 92 Substitution

CD2 + 16 = 81 Simplify.

CD2 = 65 Subtract 16 from each side.

Take the positive square root.

Example 4

A measures.

B

C

D

In the circle below, diameter QS is 14 inches long and chord RT is 10 inches long. Find VU.

A. 3.87

B. 4.25

C. 4.90

D. 5.32

Example 4

Concept measures.

Since chords measures. EF and GH are congruent, they are equidistant from P. So, PQ = PR.

Chords Equidistant from Center

Example 5

Chords Equidistant from Center measures.

PQ = PR

4x – 3 = 2x + 3 Substitution

x = 3 Simplify.

So, PQ = 4(3) – 3 or 9

Example 5

A measures.

B

C

D

A. 7

B. 10

C. 13

D. 15

Example 5