Which one of the following is a true statement about a circle inscribed in a regular polygon? A. The sides of the polygon are tangents of the circle. B. The sides of the polygon are chords of the circle. C. The vertices of the polygon are on the circumference of the circle. D. The area of the circle is equal to the area of the polygon
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The sides of the polygon are tangents of the circle is a true statement about a circle inscribed in a regular polygon.
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The sides of the polygon are tangents of the circle is a true statement about a circle inscribed in a regular polygon.
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Convert 4 radians to degrees. A. 9.6 B. 6.8 C. 229.2 D. 242.6
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4 radians converted to degrees is: 229.2°.
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If a polygon is drawn inside a circle, we say that the A. circle is inscribed in the polygon B. circle circumscribes the polygon C. polygon is tangent to the circle D. polygon circumscribes the circle
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Which one of the following is a true statement about a circle inscribed in a regular polygon? A. The sides of the polygon are tangents of the circle. B. The sides of the polygon are chords of the circle. C. The vertices of the polygon are on the circumference of the circle. D. The area of the circle is equal to the area of the polygon
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The sides of the polygon are tangents of the circle is a true statement about a circle inscribed in a regular polygon.
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