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11-1 Lines that Intersect Circles
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by Jonathan Shaffer
| 30 Questions
Note from the author:
Introduction lesson to parts of circles including tangents, secants, chords, diameters, and radii.
1
2 pts
Choose the options below that represent radii.

Line m
Line ℓ
2
1 pt
Which object below is a diameter?
Line ℓ
Line m
Segment FE
D
3
1 pt
Which object below represents a tangent line
Line ℓ
Line FE

Line m
4
1 pt
Which object represents a diameter?

Line h

5
1 pt
Which object is a tangent line?
Line h
Line l
Line j
Line m
6
1 pt
Which object is a secent?

Line JM

Line JL
7
1 pt
ED = 5.49 miles. Find EH. Round to the nearest whole mile.
8
1 pt
Find the value of x.
9
1 pt
Find the measurement of RS.
10
1 pt
Find the value of n.
11
1 pt
Find SR.
12
1 pt
Find x.
13
1 pt
Find LJ.
14
1 pt
Find y.
15
1 pt
Find SU.
16
1 pt
Solve for x.
17
1 pt
Find EG.
Don't forget units.
18
1 pt
Find the m∠Q.
Hint: QSPR is a quadrilateral. Review Theorem 11-1-1.
19
1 pt
Find m∠P.
20
1 pt
Find m∠Q.
21
1 pt
Find ST
22
1 pt
Find DE
23
1 pt
Find JL
24
1 pt
Find the figure above, find QS.
25
1 pt
The area of ⊙H is 100π cm². HF = 26cm. What is the individual measurement of EF and FG?
26
1 pt
What is the perimeter of quadilateral HEFG?
27
1 pt
Find the value of x.
28
1 pt
Find JK
29
1 pt
Find y.
Hint: You'll have to factor to find the answer. There will only be one answer that gives a positive distance.
30
1 pt
Find IJ