In geometry, arcs aren't measured by inches and meters, they're measured by the central angle which includes that arc. What's a central angle? What's a major and minor arc? Stick around and find out!
This video explains the theorems and corollaries involved with inscribed angles, as well as how to solve for missing angles in a circle whether they're inscribed angles, central angles, or arcs. Also covered is a common example: crisscrossing triangles (formed from intersecting chords) which are always similar.
Inscribed Angle Proofs
In this video I work a few proofs, including proving Case 1 of the inscribed angle theorem which shows that inscribed angles are half the measure of the central angle.
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