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Please answer in a two-column proof-statements and reasons, not paragraph. **Also, it should have ONLY one given (statement).**

It is about lines proportional. The question is in the picture. *The question is completely clear, so please don't reject the question.*

*2. Prove that if one chord of a circle is
bisected by another, either segment of the
first is a mean proportional between the
two segments of the other.

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*2. Prove that if one chord of a circle is bisected by another, either segment of the first is a mean proportional between the two segments of the other.

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