A part of a circle (the area) bounded by an arc and a chord is termed a circular segment. A link can be found below.
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A piece of the circumference of a circle is called an arc A piece of the area of a circle bounded by an arc and two radii is called A sector. A piece of the area of a circle bounded by an arc and a chord is called a segment
The arc is part of the circumference of the circle. A chord is a line that reaches from one part of the circle to another part.The diameter is an example.
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An arc is part of the circumference of a circle and a chord is a straight line that meets two points of the circumference with the diameter being the largest chord.
The segment is called a secant.The area bounded by a secant and its arc is a sector.
The line connecting the points is called a chord; the part of the perimeter of the circle enclosed is called an arc; the area between an arc and the chord is called a circular segment.
A part of a circle is called an arc. The defined values for a circle are: radius, diameter, chord, area, circumference, and the arcs. There is the circumfrence, semi circle, arc, diameter,chord,segment,radius,quaderent
It could be an arc (a curved portion of the circumference), a chord (the straight line distance between two points) , or a wedge (the plane area bounded by two radii and an arc).Remember the circle is a plane figure, not the curved line we draw. " A circle is bounded ... ."
there is a center point, an arc, a radius, a diameter, a chord.
central angle A sector
Working in degrees, the angle of the greater radius, minus the lesser radius, all over 360, gives the proportion of the area of the circle that is bounded by the radii. This can then be multiplied by the area of the whole circle to give the bounded area.
I believe that is called a chord. Yes, a chord is the straight line segment that crosses a circle, from one side of the circle to the other. The biggest possible chord is the diameter. The curved part of the circle, cut off by the chord [or chords], is the arc or the angle.
A sector of a circle would fit the given description
www.mathwords.com about mathwords website feedback Segment of a Circle A part of the interior of a circle bounded by a chord and an arc. 1/2 x R(squared) x ((pi x theta/180) - sin theta) In which R is the circle radius and theta is the angle ( in degrees) which is subtended by the chord (which together with the arc form the boundaries of the partial circle. Note that a value of theta of 180 degrees leads to pi (R squared)/2, or one half the area of a circle.
The area bounded by an arc of circle and two radii is known as a "circular sector"
On the circle, an arc. Cutting across the circle, a chord.
Exactly as in the question and a segment of a circle is the area enclosed by a chord and an arc of a circle.
a sector is a portion of a circle bounded by the two radii and the included arc.
The area is called as "Sector"
A part of a circle is an arc.it's called an ARC.