If m = m, what is m? |
64 (degrees) |

Which steps would prove the circles similar? |
Translate the circles so they share a common center point, and dilate circle Y by a scale factor of 3. ***3 |

Which equatino can be used to find the measure of EHG? |
mEHG + 80 + 35 = 360 |

What is the measure of CED? |
212 (degrees) |

In circle D what is a secant? |
GH |

How are the semicircle and the diameter of a circle related? |
The degree measure of the diameter and the degree measure of the semicircle are the same. |

What is mBC? |
XXX 80 (degrees) XXX 100 (degrees) |

What is the measure of EBC? |
XXX 210 (degrees) XXX 180 (degrees) XXX 201 |

What is the measure of EFC? |
XXX 54 (degrees) |

The measure of is 240. What is the ratio of the measure of the major arc to the measure of the minor arc? |
XXX 3:1 |

In circle D, what is the tangent to the circle? |
AB |

What is true regarding chords and diameters of circles? |
Both chords and diameters have two endpoints on a circle. Diameters must intersect the center of a circle. |

What does most specifically describe? |
A major arc |

What is mST? |
130 (degrees) |

What is the measure of EG? |
149 |

What is the measure of ADB? |
XXX 107 |

# Introduction to Circles

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