# 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.

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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.

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

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

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

Inscribed and Circumscribed Circles

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

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

Is the circle inscribed, circumscribed, or neither?

neithercircumscribedneither inscribedinscribedcircumscribed

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

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