Apply Other Angle Relationships in Circles Section 10.5

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Apply Other Angle Relationships in Circles Section 10.5

Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013If a tangent and achord intersect ata point on a circle,then the measureof each angleformed is one halfthe measure of itsintercepted arc.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013Line m is tangent to the circle. Find x or y.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013If two chordsintersect inside acircle, then themeasure of eachangle is one half thesum of the measuresof the arcsintercepted by theangle and its verticalangle.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013Find the value of x.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013If a tangent and a secant, two tangents, or two secantsintersect outside a circle, then the measure of theangle formed is one half the difference of themeasures of the intercepted arcs.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 2013Find the value of x.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 20131. Solve for 2. Solve for x.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 20133. Solve for y. 4. Solve for x.Section 10.5


Apply Other Angle Relationships in CirclesMarch 19, 20137. Solve for x and y.Section 10.5

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