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Introduction

Circles

(i) In figure, the line PQ and the circle have no common point. In this case, PQ is called a **non-intersecting line with respect to the circle**.

(ii) In Figure, there are two common points A and B that the line PQ and the circle have. In this case, we call the line PQ a **secant of the circle** .

(iii)In Figure, there is only one point A which is common to the line PQ and the circle. In this case, the line is called a **tangent to the circle**.

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