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Grade 6 - Mathematics9.16 Circles - I

 Circle: A circle is a set of points in a place, which are at the same distance from a given point in the same plane. Radius: A line segment joining the center of the circle to any point on it is called a radius of the circle. A circle has an unlimited number of radii. Congruent Circle: Two circles having same radii are called congruent circles. Chord of a Circle: The segment joining two points on a circle is called a chord of the circle. Diameter of a Circle: A chord passing through the center of a circle is called a diameter of the circle. Secant of a Circle: A line intersecting a circle at two points is called a secant of the circle. Directions: Check if the given statements are true or false. Draw a circle and label all the above properties.
 Q 1: A circle is a simple closed figure.FalseTrue Q 2: A circle is a polygon.TrueFalse Q 3: A circle has an unlimited number of radii.TrueFalse Q 4: All the radii of a circle are not equal.TrueFalse Q 5: Two circles having the same radii are called congruent circles.TrueFalse Q 6: A chord intersects a circle at two points.TrueFalse Q 7: Any three points of a circle are non collinear.TrueFalse Q 8: The center of a circle belongs to the circle.TrueFalse Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!