Question

Prove the following statement: If *P *and *Q *are any points on a circle with center *O *and radius *OA*, then *OP **∼*= *OQ*.

Step 1

Suppose that any two points *P* and *Q* lie on the circle centered at O and its radius is *OA*.

Step 2

From given circle, we have *O *as center ...

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