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10.1

Practice A
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The diameter of a circle is given. Find the radius.


1. d  6 in.

2. d  24 cm

3. d  15 ft

4. d  9 in.

7. r  10 in.

8. r  4.6 cm

The radius of a circle is given. Find the diameter.

Lesson 10.1

5. r  11 cm

6. r  8 ft

Match the notation with the term that best describes it.
9. D

A. Center

10. FH

B. Chord

11. CD

C. Diameter

12. AB

D. Radius

13. C

E. Point of tangency

14. AD

F. Common external tangent

15. AB

16. DE

A
H
B

C
G

G. Common internal tangent

F
D

H. Secant

Use the diagram at the right.


17. What are the center and radius of A?

18. What are the center and radius of B?


A

19. Describe the intersection of the two circles.

20. Describe all the common tangents of the two circles.

21. Are the two circles congruent? Explain.

Tell whether AB is tangent to C. Explain your reasoning.


22.

23.

A
5
C

20

12
C
5

B
16

8
A

24. Baseball Stadium

The shape of the outfield fence in a


baseball stadium is that of a quarter circle. If the distance
from home plate to the wall is 330 feet, what is the radius
of the entire circle? What is the diameter of the circle?

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10.2

Practice A
For use with pages 603611

Determine whether the arc is a minor arc, a major arc,


or a semicircle of C.



4. DFB


1. AE

2. AEB


8. FB

3. FDE


5. FA


6. BE

7. BDA

C
E
B

MQ and NR are diameters. Find the indicated measure.


9.


mMN

10.

11. mNQR


14. mMR



17. mPRN

30

18. mMQN


Find the measure of MN.
45

20.

70 O


16. mPQ

15. mQMR
Lesson 10.2

12. mMRP


13. mQR

19.


mNQ

21.

100

85
O

35

140

160

N
N

What can you conclude about the diagram? State a postulate or


theorem that justifies your answer.
22.

23.

24.

A
C

C
140

140

Find the indicated measure for P.


25. DC 

26. AD 

27. EC 

E
4

B
P

P
A

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10.3

Practice A
For use with pages 613620

Find the measure of the indicated arc or angle.


1. mBC


2. mBC

3. mBAC 

160

78
C

38
B


4. mBC

5. mBAC 

6. mBAC 

C
32
B

C
A
B
C

24 B

Find the measure of the arc or angle in M.


7. mQMP

8. mNMO

9. mPNO

10. mQNP



14. mOQN


11. mQO
13.

12. mNOP


mPQ

120

Lesson 10.3

O
P

70

Decide whether a circle can be circumscribed about the quadrilateral.


15.

16.

92
130

17.
130

60

50

70

Find the value of each variable.


18.

19.

20.

y

105

x

y

130

50

x
x
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10.4

Practice A
For use with pages 621627

Find the measure of 1.


1.

2.

3.

172

128

1
1
270

4.

5.

6.

1
134
33

115

131

97

170

7.

8.
1

134

9.
92

43

138
66

12

Write an equation that can be used to solve for x. Then solve the equation for x.
10.

11.

180

12.

105

96
x

115

x

38
x

Use the diagram of A to write the m1, m2, and m3 in order of increasing measure.
13.

14.
3

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10.5

Practice A
For use with pages 629635

Fill in the blanks. Then find the value of x.


1. x

5

2. 6

3

3. x2  4

?
4

12

x
3
4

4. x2  2

5. 3

5

6. 3

4

x
3

5
10

16

3
4

Find the value of x.


7.

8.

9.

5
6

x
8
10

x
x

10.

11.

12.

12
5

24
x

16

3
x

Use the diagram at the right and the given information.


13. Water Tank

You want to estimate the radius of the towns


circular water tank. You stand at point C, about 6 feet from the
circular tank. The distance from you to a point of tangency on
the tank is about 10 feet. Estimate the radius of the tank.

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r
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10.6

Practice A
For use with pages 636640

Match the equation of a circle with its description.


A. center 1, 4, radius 4

1. x2  y2  4

B. center 2, 3, radius 3

2. x2  y2  9
3. x  1   y  4  16

C. center 0, 0, radius 2

4. x  22   y  32  9

D. center 2, 5, radius 3

5. x  3   y  5  16

E. center 3, 5, radius 4

6. x  22   y  52  9

F. center 0, 0, radius 3

Lesson 10.6

Give the center and radius of the circle.


8. x2   y  42  9

7. x2  y2  25
9. x  52  y2  16

10. x  12   y  12  4

11. x  22   y  42  16

12. x  42   y  22  25

Give the coordinates of the center, the radius, and the equation of the circle.
13.

14.

15.

1
1

1
1

Write the standard equation of the circle with the given center and
radius.
16. center 0, 0, radius 2

17. center 0, 1, radius 2

18. center 2, 0, radius 3

19. center 3, 3, radius 4

The equation of a circle is x  22  y  22  4. Tell whether each


point is on the circle, in the interior of the circle, or in the exterior
of the circle.
20. 1, 2

21. 1, 4

22. 2, 0

23. 4, 2

24. 4, 4

25. 3, 2

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