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    Also, I wanted to know is the quadrilateral AOCB a cyclic quadrilateral ? Or is it only a cyclic quadrilateral if the points touch the circumference of the circle? Thanks
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    Also, I wanted to know is the quadrilateral AOCB a cyclic quadrilateral ? Or is it only a cyclic quadrilateral if the points touch the circumference of the circle? Thanks
    AOCB is not a cyclic quadrilateral - a cyclic quadrailateral is one whose vertices lie on the circumference of the circle.

    Your answer is correct; full marks.
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    AOCB is not a cyclic quadrilateral - a cyclic quadrailateral is one whose vertices lie on the circumference of the circle.

    Your answer is correct; full marks.
    Yay!!!!!!!!! Oh okay yeah that is what i thought.
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    AOCB is not a cyclic quadrilateral - a cyclic quadrailateral is one whose vertices lie on the circumference of the circle.

    Your answer is correct; full marks.
    So AOCB is just a normal quadrilateral? That totals up to 360 degrees but opposite angles don't add up to 180?
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    So AOCB is just a normal quadrilateral? That totals up to 360 degrees but opposite angles don't add up to 180?
    Yep.
 
 
 
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