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Inscribed and Circumscribed Polygons - Lesson 10-7

Today we learned about inscribed and circumscribed polygons. We started by defining them:

Definition of Inscribed and Circumscribed Polygons

We then learned a couple of properties regarding them:

Theorem 92 - Opposite Angles in an inscribed polygon

Theorem 93 - Parallelograms inscribed in a circle

The following diagram should give you a "visual" of why Theorem 93 is true. Notice that when the parallelogram is no longer a rectangle, it is also no longer inscribed:

"Visual" interpretation of Theorem 94

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