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Arcs and Chords lesson 10.2b. California State Standards. Lesson Goals. Find the measure of arcs in a circle using the definition of arc measure and the arc addition postulate. 4: Prove theorems involving congruence and similarity 7: Prove/use theorems involving circles.

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Arcs and Chords lesson 10.2b

California State Standards

Lesson Goals

Find the measure of arcs in a circle using the definition of arc measure and the arc addition postulate.

4: Prove theorems involving congruence and similarity

7: Prove/use theorems involving circles.

21: Prove/solve relationships with circles.

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theorem

• Congruent Arcs and Chords
• Two minor arcs are congruent if and only if
• their corresponding chords are congruent.

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theorem

• Congruent Arcs and Chords
• Two minor arcs are congruent if and only if
• their corresponding chords are congruent.

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C

B

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A

theorem

Diameter-Chord

A diameter that is perpendicular to a chord bisects the chord and its arc.

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theorem

• Diameter-Chord Converse
• If one chord is the perpendicular bisector of another chord,
• then the first chord is a diameter.

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theorems

Congruent Chords

Two chords are congruent if and only if

they are equidistant from the center.

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example

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(2x + 48)o

(3x + 11)o

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examples

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(x + 78)o

4xo

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example

AB = 12

DE = 12

CE = 7

Find CG

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7

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E

Today’s Assignment

• 608: 39 – 51, 57

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What can you conclude about the diagram?

State a postulate or theorem that justifies your

The time zone wheel shown consists of two concentric circular pieces of cardboard fastened at the center so the smaller wheel can rotate. To find the time in Tashkent when it is 4 P.M. in San Francisco, you rotate the small wheel until 4 P.M. and San Francisco line up as shown. Then look at Tashkent to see that it is 6 A.M. there.

The arcs between cities are congruent.

49. What is the arc measure for each time zone on the wheel?

50. What is the measure of the minor arc from the Tokyo zone to the Anchorage zone?

51. If two cities differ by

180° on the wheel,

then it is 3:00 P.M.

in one city if and

only if it is ? in

the other city.

Find the measure of the red arc or chord

in circle A. Explain your reasoning.

Find the value of x in circle C.