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# Category Archives: C

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# Circumference

The edge of a circle.

Example:

ðŸ”‘ Key Circumference Topics:Â Circumference of a Circle, Circle Theorems

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Radius, Diameter, Circle, Arc

# Chord

A line which goes from one point on the circumference of a circle, to another point on the circumference.

Example:

ðŸ”‘ Key Chord Topics:Â Parts of a Circle, Circle Theorems, Area of a Segment

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Segment, Circle, Diameter

# Circle

A round shape that has 1 continuous side and no straight sides. The edge of the circle is always the same distance away from the centre.

Example:

ðŸ”‘ Key Circle Topics:Â Area of a Circle, Circumference of a Circle, Parts of a Circle

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Circumference, Radius, Diameter, Chord, Sector, Arc, Segment

# Capacity

How much space an object has inside. Also known as volume.

Example: The can has a capacity of 330 ml.

ðŸ”‘ Key Capacity Topics:

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# Co-Interior

Used in parallel lines. Two angles which add up to 180^{o} and are on the same side of a traversal.

ðŸ”‘ Key Co-Interior Topics:Â Angles in Parallel Lines, Bearings

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Acute, Corresponding, Vertically Opposite, Parallel

# Corresponding

Used in parallel lines. Two angles which are equal in size and are on the same side of a traversal.

ðŸ”‘ Key Corresponding Topics:Â Angles in Parallel Lines, Bearings

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Alternate, Co-Interior, Vertically Opposite, Parallel

# Congruent

Mathematically identical shapes. The shape can be rotated or flipped but cannot be a different size.

ðŸ”‘ Key CongruentTopics:Â

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