# Ch 46: GACE Middle Grades Math: Circular Arcs & Measurement

Watch this chapter's online video lessons and review circular arcs and measurement so that you'll be ready for related questions on the GACE Middle Grades Math exam.

## GACE Middle Grades Math: Circular Arcs & Measurement - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's video lessons to revisit concepts related to circular arcs and measurement. The lessons will bring to mind the steps for creating geometric shapes while helping you prepare to answer related questions on the GACE Middle Grades Math examination. You'll learn more about chords, secants and inscribed polygons as well as tangent theorems and other topics you've studied before. Use this chapter for assistance in:

• Identifying the parts of a circle
• Measuring circular arcs and inscribed angles
• Distinguishing between major and minor arcs
• Understanding tangents of circles
• Measuring the lengths and angles of secants, chords and tangents
• Identifying and drawing inscribed and circumscribed figures, and recognizing regular and irregular polygons
• Writing the arc length of a sector

Build upon your existing knowledge of these topics by watching this chapter's informational videos. Experienced teachers present topics on circular arcs and measurement, and experts will answer your submitted questions on the material. Maintain your current schedule and use your Web-connected device to study when it's convenient. The brief lesson quizzes are designed to ensure your understanding of circular arcs and measurement.

11 Lessons in Chapter 46: GACE Middle Grades Math: Circular Arcs & Measurement
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