Inscribed Angle

Definition of Inscribed Angle

Inscribed Angle is defined as the angle formed by two chords that meet at the same point on a circle.

More About Inscribed Angle

    The measure of an inscribed angle is half the measure of the central angle formed by using the same end points.

Video Examples: Geometry - Inscribed Angles

Example of Inscribed Angle

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    In the figure, AB and BC are two chords which meet at point B on the circle. So, ∠ABC is an inscribed angle.

Solved Example on Inscribed Angle

Ques: Identify an inscribed angle.
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    A. ∠ABO
    B. ∠BOC
    C. ∠BAC
    D. ∠OCA
    Correct Answer: C


    Step 1: An inscribed angle is the angle formed by two chords of a circle that meet at the same point on the circle.
    Step 2: Here, in the figure, ∠BAC is an inscribed angle as two chords BA and CA meet at point A.
    Step 3: Therefore, ∠BAC is an inscribed angle in the given figure.

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