### My Acrostic

Hey, I feel sort of stupid for picking the shortest word so I had tried to make a double acrostic...well if you can find a word that ends in h and one that ends in o kootoe's to you :D.

Chords are made up of a straight line that joins two points on the circumference of a circle and creates an arC.

Having a radi bisect a chord creates a perpendicular and a right angle for those who remember their matH.

One other fact is that two congruent chords are equidistant from the centre of a circle, this will also work with more then twO.

Right now we have three chord theorems to study: Perpendicular-Biscetor Theorem, Parallel Chords Theorem, and Congruent Chords Theorem which are all under the chord theorem scection to make it easier to remembeR.

Drawing the centre of the circle can be done by using two chords that are not parallel, a ruler, and a pencil that is sharpeneD.

## 4 Comments:

You'll want to change H

A radius that

BISECTSa chord is perpendicular.Cute ending. ;-)

Keep working on this -- you

canget the double acrostic!Also, ALL your descriptions HAVE to relate to the concept of a

chord.Don't give up -- you CAN do this!! ;-)

I fixed it up! If anything else seems amiss please notify me and thank you for the hints.

Oooo so close to the double acrostic!!

You can do it Kasia!!

You just need to fix up the

R. ;-)Post a Comment

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