Math Tutoring on Tangents
A line is Tangent to a Circle if and only if the line is perpendicular to the radius drawn to the Point of Tangency.
Point of Tangency:
A Point of Tangency is where a Tangent line touches or intersects the circle.
Tangent to a Circle Theorem:
The Tangent to a Circle Theorem is a Biconditional statement.
If a line is Tangent to a Circle, then the line is perpendicular to the radius at the Point of Tangency.
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1. What is a Tangent to a Circle?
2. What is Point of Tangency?
3. Define Tangent to a Circle Theorem.
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