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Lines and Segments That 10.1 Intersect Circles Essential Question
TEXAS ESSENTIAL
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Lines and Segments That
Intersect Circles
Essential Question
What are the definitions of the lines and
segments that intersect a circle?
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Work with a partner. The drawing at
the right shows five lines or segments that
intersect a circle. Use the relationships shown
to write a definition for each type of line or
segment. Then use the Internet or some other
resource to verify your definitions.
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Secant:
Tangent:
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Radius:
Diameter:
Using String to Draw a Circle
Work with a partner. Use two pencils, a piece of string, and a piece of paper.
a. Tie the two ends of the piece of string loosely around the two pencils.
b. Anchor one pencil on the paper at the center of the circle. Use the other pencil
to draw a circle around the anchor point while using slight pressure to keep the
string taut. Do not let the string wind around either pencil.
REASONING
To be proficient in math,
you need to know and
flexibly use different
properties of operations
and objects.
c. Explain how the distance between the two pencil points as you draw the circle
is related to two of the lines or line segments you defined in Exploration 1.
Communicate Your Answer
3. What are the definitions of the lines and segments that intersect a circle?
4. Of the five types of lines and segments in Exploration 1, which one is a subset
of another? Explain.
5. Explain how to draw a circle with a diameter of 8 inches.
Section 10.1
Lines and Segments That Intersect Circles
533
10.1 Lesson
What You Will Learn
Identify special segments and lines.
Draw and identify common tangents.
Core Vocabul
Vocabulary
larry
Use properties of tangents.
circle, p. 534
center, p. 534
radius, p. 534
chord, p. 534
diameter, p. 534
secant, p. 534
tangent, p. 534
point of tangency, p. 534
tangent circles, p. 535
concentric circles, p. 535
common tangent, p. 535
Identifying Special Segments and Lines
A circle is the set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from
a given point called the center of the circle. A circle with center P
is called “circle P” and can be written as ⊙P.
P
circle P, or ⊙P
Core Concept
Lines and Segments That Intersect Circles
A segment whose endpoints are the center and any point on a circle is a radius.
chord
center
A chord is a segment whose endpoints are on
a circle. A diameter is a chord that contains the
center of the circle.
READING
The words “radius” and
“diameter” refer to lengths
as well as segments. For a
given circle, think of a radius
and a diameter as segments
and the radius and the
diameter as lengths.
radius
diameter
A secant is a line that intersects a circle in
two points.
A tangent is a line in the plane of a circle that
intersects the circle in exactly one point, the
point of tangency. The tangent ray ⃗
AB and
— are also called tangents.
the tangent segment AB
secant
point of
tangency
tangent B
A
Identifying Special Segments and Lines
D
A
C
B
G
STUDY TIP
In this book, assume that all
segments, rays, or lines that
appear to be tangent to
a circle are tangents.
Tell whether the line, ray, or segment is best described as
a radius, chord, diameter, secant, or tangent of ⊙C.
—
a. AC
—
b. AB
c. ⃗
DE
d. ⃖⃗
AE
E
SOLUTION
— is a radius because C is the center and A is a point on the circle.
a. AC
— is a diameter because it is a chord that contains the center C.
b. AB
c. ⃗
DE is a tangent ray because it is contained in a line that intersects the circle in
exactly one point.
d. ⃖⃗
AE is a secant because it is a line that intersects the circle in two points.
Monitoring Progress
Help in English and Spanish at BigIdeasMath.com
— —
1. In Example 1, what word best describes AG ? CB ?
2. In Example 1, name a tangent and a tangent segment.
534
Chapter 10
Circles
Drawing and Identifying Common Tangents
Core Concept
Coplanar Circles and Common Tangents
In a plane, two circles can intersect in two points, one point, or no points.
Coplanar circles that intersect in one point are called tangent circles. Coplanar
circles that have a common center are called concentric circles.
no points of
intersection
1 point of intersection
(tangent circles)
2 points of
intersection
concentric
circles
A line or segment that is tangent to two coplanar circles is called a common
tangent. A common internal tangent intersects the segment that joins the centers
of the two circles. A common external tangent does not intersect the segment that
joins the centers of the two circles.
Drawing and Identifying Common Tangents
Tell how many common tangents the circles have and draw them. Use blue to indicate
common external tangents and red to indicate common internal tangents.
a.
b.
c.
SOLUTION
Draw the segment that joins the centers of the two circles. Then draw the common
tangents. Use blue to indicate lines that do not intersect the segment joining the centers
and red to indicate lines that intersect the segment joining the centers.
a. 4 common tangents
b. 3 common tangents
Monitoring Progress
c. 2 common tangents
Help in English and Spanish at BigIdeasMath.com
Tell how many common tangents the circles have and draw them. State whether
the tangents are external tangents or internal tangents.
3.
4.
Section 10.1
5.
Lines and Segments That Intersect Circles
535
Using Properties of Tangents
Theorems
Theorem 10.1 Tangent Line to Circle Theorem
In a plane, a line is tangent to a circle if and only if
the line is perpendicular to a radius of the circle at
its endpoint on the circle.
P
Q
m
Line m is tangent to ⊙Q
if and only if m ⊥ QP.
Proof Ex. 47, p. 540
Theorem 10.2 External Tangent Congruence Theorem
Tangent segments from a common external point
are congruent.
R
S
P
T
If SR and ST are tangent
segments, then SR ≅ ST.
Proof Ex. 46, p. 540
Verifying a Tangent to a Circle
— tangent to ⊙P?
Is ST
T
35
S
37
12
P
SOLUTION
Use the Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem (Theorem 9.2). Because 122 + 352 = 372,
— ⊥ PT
—. So, ST
— is perpendicular to a radius of ⊙P at its
△PTS is a right triangle and ST
endpoint on ⊙P.
— is tangent to ⊙P.
By the Tangent Line to Circle Theorem, ST
Finding the Radius of a Circle
In the diagram, point B is a point of tangency. Find
the radius r of ⊙C.
A
50 ft
C
r
r
80 ft
B
SOLUTION
— ⊥ BC
—, so △ABC is
You know from the Tangent Line to Circle Theorem that AB
a right triangle. You can use the Pythagorean Theorem (Theorem 9.1).
AC 2 = BC 2 + AB2
(r + 50)2 = r 2 + 802
r2
+ 100r + 2500 =
r2
+ 6400
100r = 3900
r = 39
The radius is 39 feet.
536
Chapter 10
Circles
Pythagorean Theorem
Substitute.
Multiply.
Subtract r 2 and 2500 from each side.
Divide each side by 100.
Constructing a Tangent to a Circle
Given ⊙C and point A, construct a line tangent
to ⊙C that passes through A. Use a compass
and straightedge.
C
A
SOLUTION
Step 1
Step 2
C
M
Step 3
A
C
M
A
C
B
Find a midpoint
—. Construct the bisector
Draw AC
of the segment and label the
midpoint M.
M
A
B
Draw a circle
Construct ⊙M with radius MA.
Label one of the points where
⊙M intersects ⊙C as point B.
Construct a tangent line
Draw ⃖⃗
AB. It is a tangent
to ⊙C that passes through A.
Using Properties of Tangents
— is tangent to ⊙C at S, and RT
— is tangent to ⊙C at T. Find the value of x.
RS
S
28
R
C
3x + 4
T
SOLUTION
RS = RT
External Tangent Congruence Theorem
28 = 3x + 4
Substitute.
8=x
Solve for x.
The value of x is 8.
Monitoring Progress
—
6. Is DE tangent to ⊙C?
3
C
Help in English and Spanish at BigIdeasMath.com
—
8. Points M and N are
7. ST is tangent to ⊙Q.
Find the radius of ⊙Q.
points of tangency.
Find the value(s) of x.
M
D
4
2 E
Section 10.1
Q
r
S
r
24
x2
P
18
T
N
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Lines and Segments That Intersect Circles
537
10.1 Exercises
Dynamic Solutions available at BigIdeasMath.com
Vocabulary and Core Concept Check
1. WRITING How are chords and secants alike? How are they different?
2. WRITING Explain how you can determine from the context whether the words radius and
diameter are referring to segments or lengths.
3. COMPLETE THE SENTENCE Coplanar circles that have a common center are called _______.
4. WHICH ONE DOESN’T BELONG? Which segment does not belong with the other three?
Explain your reasoning.
chord
radius
tangent
diameter
Monitoring Progress and Modeling with Mathematics
In Exercises 5–10, use the diagram. (See Example 1.)
5. Name the circle.
6. Name two radii.
18.
K
B
A
7. Name two chords.
8. Name a diameter.
17.
J
— is tangent to ⊙C.
In Exercises 19–22, tell whether AB
Explain your reasoning. (See Example 3.)
C
D
H
F
9. Name a secant.
E
19.
20.
C
G
In Exercises 11–14, copy the diagram. Tell how many
common tangents the circles have and draw them.
(See Example 2.)
11.
9
5
3
10. Name a tangent and a point of tangency.
18
B
4
60
B
22.
D
48
12
A
20
12.
A
C
A
21.
15
B
C
C
16
A
8
B
In Exercises 23–26, point B is a point of tangency. Find
the radius r of ⊙C. (See Example 4.)
13.
14.
23.
24.
r
B
15.
16.
25.
B
A
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Chapter 10
Circles
C
r
7
r
r
A
26.
r
14
24
B
6
16
r
In Exercises 15–18, tell whether the common tangent is
internal or external.
9
A
C
B
30
r
C
C
r
A
18
CONSTRUCTION In Exercises 27 and 28, construct ⊙C
with the given radius and point A outside of ⊙C. Then
construct a line tangent to ⊙C that passes through A.
27. r = 2 in.
37. USING STRUCTURE Each side of quadrilateral
TVWX is tangent to ⊙Y. Find the perimeter of
the quadrilateral.
28. r = 4.5 cm
1.2 T
In Exercises 29–32, points B and D are points of
tangency. Find the value(s) of x. (See Example 5.)
29.
B
2x + 7
30.
B
4.5
V
X
3x + 10
3.3
Y
A
8.3
A
C
5x − 8
7x − 6
C
D
D
31.
32.
B
2x2 + 4
A
C
2x + 5
B
A
3x2 + 2x − 7
D
22
— and CB
— are perpendicular.
38. LOGIC In ⊙C, radii CA
D
C
33. ERROR ANALYSIS Describe and correct the error in
— is tangent to ⊙Z.
determining whether XY
✗
60
Z
11
Y
61
X
3.1
W
Because 112 + 602 = 612, △XYZ is a
— is tangent to ⊙Z.
right triangle. So, XY
⃖⃗
BD and ⃖⃗
AD are tangent to ⊙C.
—, CB
—, BD
⃖⃗, and ⃖⃗
a. Sketch ⊙C, CA
AD.
b. What type of quadrilateral is CADB? Explain
your reasoning.
39. MAKING AN ARGUMENT Two bike paths are tangent
to an approximately circular pond. Your class is
building a nature trail that begins at the intersection B
of the bike paths and runs between the bike paths and
over a bridge through the center P of the pond. Your
classmate uses the Converse of the Angle Bisector
Theorem (Theorem 6.4) to conclude that the trail must
bisect the angle formed by the bike paths. Is your
classmate correct? Explain your reasoning.
E
P
34. ERROR ANALYSIS Describe and correct the error in
finding the radius of ⊙T.
✗
B
M
U
39
T
S
40. MODELING WITH MATHEMATICS A bicycle chain
36
V
392 − 362 = 152
So, the radius is 15.
— is a common tangent of
is pulled tightly so that MN
the gears. Find the distance between the centers of
the gears.
17.6 in.
35. ABSTRACT REASONING For a point outside of a
circle, how many lines exist tangent to the circle that
pass through the point? How many such lines exist
for a point on the circle? inside the circle? Explain
your reasoning.
1.8 in.
N
4.3 in.
M
L
P
41. WRITING Explain why the diameter of a circle is the
longest chord of the circle.
36. CRITICAL THINKING When will two lines tangent to
the same circle not intersect? Justify your answer.
Section 10.1
Lines and Segments That Intersect Circles
539
42. HOW DO YOU SEE IT? In the figure, ⃗
PA is tangent
46. PROVING A THEOREM Prove the External Tangent
to the dime, ⃗
PC is tangent to the quarter, and ⃗
PB is a
common internal tangent. How do you know that
— ≅ PB
— ≅ PC
—?
PA
Congruence Theorem (Theorem 10.2).
R
P
P
S
T
— and ST
— are tangent to ⊙P.
Given SR
— ≅ ST
—
Prove SR
C
A
B
47. PROVING A THEOREM Use the diagram to prove each
part of the biconditional in the Tangent Line to Circle
Theorem (Theorem 10.1).
—
43. PROOF In the diagram, RS is a common internal
AC RC
tangent to ⊙A and ⊙B. Prove that — = —.
BC SC
Q
R
A
m
B
C
a. Prove indirectly that if a line is tangent to a circle,
then it is perpendicular to a radius. (Hint: If you
—, then
assume line m is not perpendicular to QP
the perpendicular segment from point Q to line m
must intersect line m at some other point R.)
Given Line m is tangent to ⊙Q at point P.
—
Prove m ⊥ QP
S
44. THOUGHT PROVOKING A polygon is circumscribed
about a circle when every side of the polygon is
tangent to the circle. In the diagram, quadrilateral
ABCD is circumscribed about ⊙Q. Is it always true
that AB + CD = AD + BC? Justify your answer.
Y
D
X
B
W
A
b. Prove indirectly that if a line is perpendicular to
a radius at its endpoint, then the line is tangent to
the circle.
—
Given m ⊥ QP
Prove Line m is tangent to ⊙Q.
C
Q
Z
48. REASONING In the diagram, AB = AC = 12, BC = 8,
and all three segments are tangent to ⊙P. What is the
radius of ⊙P? Justify your answer.
45. MATHEMATICAL CONNECTIONS Find the values of x
B
and y. Justify your answer.
4y − 1 R
Q
2x − 5
P
D
P
E
P
x+8
T
x+6
F
C
S
Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency
A
Reviewing what you learned in previous grades and lessons
Find the indicated measure. (Section 1.2 and Section 1.5)
49. m∠JKM
50. AB
J
15°
L
28°
K
540
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M
Circles
10
A
B
7
C
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