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Chords of circle

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Definition: A line segment whose end points fall on the circumference of circle is known as “a Chord”

In the following figure



Line segment AB, PQ, RS, XY all are Chords of the circle. PQ is the largest Chord of the circle and it is also the diameter of circle.

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