Ch 59: MTTC Math (Secondary): Circles

About This Chapter

If you need a reminder about how to find the measurements of circles, try reviewing the lessons in this chapter. Memorize the formulas outlined in the transcripts as you prepare for the MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) test.

MTTC Math (Secondary): Circles - Chapter Summary

Find thorough explanations in this chapter concerning the geometric equations related to circles. Get ahead on the MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) test by watching the lessons and reviewing these key concepts:

  • Measuring the diameter, radius, and circumference of a circle
  • Determining measurements for quarter circles
  • Identifying the perimeter of semicircles
  • Distinguishing between inscribed and central angles
  • Steps for solving word problems with circles

There are a multitude of geometric shapes, and almost every shape has different formulas for finding common measurements. Let our chapter help you remember which formulas are associated with circles. Our instructors use easy-to-follow examples as they review these equations. Use the lesson menu to select the lessons you need to review, and feel free to skip around. To assess if you are ready for the geometry section on the MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) test, challenge yourself to answer the questions on our chapter exam.

8 Lessons in Chapter 59: MTTC Math (Secondary): Circles
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Parts of a Circle

1. Parts of a Circle

After watching this video lesson, you will be able to identify the parts of a circle. You will learn the names of four different parts of a circle along with what each part does for the circle.

Central and Inscribed Angles: Definitions and Examples

2. Central and Inscribed Angles: Definitions and Examples

When we're working with circles, there are two key angles to know: central angles and inscribed angles. These angles have a few special theorems, which we'll discuss and practice using in this lesson.

How to Find the Radius of a Circle: Definition & Formula

3. How to Find the Radius of a Circle: Definition & Formula

In this lesson, you will discover the definition of a radius. You will also learn how to find the radius of a circle using three different formulas based on diameter, circumference, and area.

How to Find the Diameter of a Circle: Definition, Formula & Example

4. How to Find the Diameter of a Circle: Definition, Formula & Example

Learn the definition of the diameter of a circle and how to find it using a simple formula. See some examples, then test your knowledge with a short quiz.

Circles: Area and Circumference

5. Circles: Area and Circumference

Understanding how to calculate the area and circumference of circles plays a vital role in some of our everyday functions. They serve as the foundation for operating with three-dimensional figures. Learn more about the area and circumference of circles in this lesson.

Semicircle: Definition, Perimeter & Area Formulas

6. Semicircle: Definition, Perimeter & Area Formulas

In this lesson, you'll discover what a semicircle is. You'll also discover the formulas for perimeter and area that will work on every semicircle. Then, test your knowledge by taking a brief quiz.

Quarter Circles: Calculating Area, Perimeter & Radius

7. Quarter Circles: Calculating Area, Perimeter & Radius

Watch as we solve problems involving the quarter circle in this video lesson. Learn what quarter circles look like, how to find their area, their perimeter, and their radius.

Circles in Word Problems

8. Circles in Word Problems

Watch this video lesson to learn how you can solve word problems that involve circles. Learn how the properties of circles make your problem-solving life that much easier and quicker.

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