1. ParallelTwo connected arcendpoints; less thancircle's diameter.2. Sector3. TangentNever intersecting.ChordTrapezoid, for example.5. QuadrilateralPiece of pie.6 CircumscribeTwo circles share one7. Concentricand only one point.8. SplineSame center point.9 HyperbolaHeptagon constructedaround a circle.10. Involute ParticularPhraseTwo connected arc endpoints; less than a circle's diameter4.ChordNever intersecting1ParallelTrapezoid, for example5.QuadrilateralPiece of pie2.SectorTwo circles share one and only one point3.TangentSame center pointHeptagon constructed around a circle7.Concentric6.Circumscribe

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Asked Nov 3, 2019

Match each of the following terms to the phrase that describes it. Answers are used only once.

NOTE: In image 2 I have the answers, I need my answers double checked.

1. Parallel
Two connected arc
endpoints; less than
circle's diameter.
2. Sector
3. Tangent
Never intersecting.
Chord
Trapezoid, for example.
5. Quadrilateral
Piece of pie.
6 Circumscribe
Two circles share one
7. Concentric
and only one point.
8. Spline
Same center point.
9 Hyperbola
Heptagon constructed
around a circle.
10. Involute
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1. Parallel Two connected arc endpoints; less than circle's diameter. 2. Sector 3. Tangent Never intersecting. Chord Trapezoid, for example. 5. Quadrilateral Piece of pie. 6 Circumscribe Two circles share one 7. Concentric and only one point. 8. Spline Same center point. 9 Hyperbola Heptagon constructed around a circle. 10. Involute

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Particular
Phrase
Two connected arc endpoints; less than a circle's diameter
4.Chord
Never intersecting
1Parallel
Trapezoid, for example
5.Quadrilateral
Piece of pie
2.Sector
Two circles share one and only one point
3.Tangent
Same center point
Heptagon constructed around a circle
7.Concentric
6.Circumscribe
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Particular Phrase Two connected arc endpoints; less than a circle's diameter 4.Chord Never intersecting 1Parallel Trapezoid, for example 5.Quadrilateral Piece of pie 2.Sector Two circles share one and only one point 3.Tangent Same center point Heptagon constructed around a circle 7.Concentric 6.Circumscribe

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Parallel
1
Two connected arc
endpoints; less than a
circle's diameter.
Sector
2.
3. Tangent
Never intersecting.
4
Chord
Trapezoid, for example.
5. Quadrilateral
Piece of pie.
6 Circumscribe
Two circles share one
7. Concentric
and only one point.
8. Spline
Same center point.
9 Hyperbola
Heptagon constructed
around a circle.
10. Involute
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Parallel 1 Two connected arc endpoints; less than a circle's diameter. Sector 2. 3. Tangent Never intersecting. 4 Chord Trapezoid, for example. 5. Quadrilateral Piece of pie. 6 Circumscribe Two circles share one 7. Concentric and only one point. 8. Spline Same center point. 9 Hyperbola Heptagon constructed around a circle. 10. Involute

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