In Exercises
If two parallel lines intersect a circle, then the intercepted arcs between these lines are congruent.
(HINT: See Figure
To provide:
A paragraph proof for the statement “If two parallel lines intersect a circle, then the intercepted arcs between these lines are congruent”.
Calculation:
Consider the below figure,
Proof:
Given: Prove: 
Given: 
Draw chord 

By alternate interior angles theorem 
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