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10.2 Solving Problems with Tangents Using the three theorems we investigated in order to solve for measurements of line segments. These theorems can be found on pages 485 – 486 in your textbook.

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AD= AE= CD= AB= BD=

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AD=10 AE= 6 CD= 8 AB= 6 BD= 8

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GH = HI = I J = JG= GN= G I= GM= GK= MK= KL=

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GH = 4 GN = 4 G I= 11 H I= I J= JG= 4 GM= 4 GK= MK= - 4 KL= 15

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Inscribed and Circumscribed Circles

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10.2 Notes A circle is inscribed in a polygon if all of the edges of the polygon are tangent to the circle.

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10.2 Notes A circle is circumscribed about a polygon if all of the vertices of the polygon are points on the circle.

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Is the circle inscribed, circumscribed, or neither?

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neithercircumscribedneither inscribedinscribedcircumscribed

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Turn to your books on page 488, complete problems 11-22

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