a line can only have 1 y-intercept .
No. The equator is a line of latitude. The equator is the only line of latitude that is a great circle.
A. If the line segment touches two points on the circle it is called as: 1. secant; if the line extends outside the circle. 2. chord; if the line is present only within the circle. B. If the line segment touches one point on the circle AND the center of the circle AND is present only within the circle it is called as: radius.
The Tangent Line to Circle Theorem states that a line is tangent to a circle if and only if it's perpendicular to the circle's radius.
If you mean a line that gous from the center of a circle to the edge of the circle, that is a radius.
Is calleda tangent line. Is called a tangent line
A tangent of a circle is a straight line that touches the circle at only one point.
They can be: a sector, a segment and a tangent
A tangent line.
tough to answer, but if slope is only provided then it should intercept at (0,0). Such as, y=3x, that intercepts at 0.
The tangent line. A secant line hits the circle in two places and forms a cord, but the tangent line only hits the circle in one point and is always perpendicular to the radius of the circle which exists at that point.
a tangent is a line that touches the circle at only ONE point
The equator .
The radius of a circle is one half of the circle's diameter, any line going from the center of the circle to the circle itself. A line connecting other points on a circle (or on any curve) is called a chord.
a semi-circle only has one line of symmetry
That is a tangent line.
It doesn't it has 4
The circumference of a circle is a line. Because it is a line it has no area, only length. So the area of the circumference cannot exist!
a tangent to the circle
The tangent line only touches the outside of a circle at one given point. So an outside line perpendicular to the circle's diameter at 90 degrees should do.
It is a tangent.