Recap activity #14 with the Circle Theorems on one page.
** Answers included in the PowerPoint file **
(Prompted by original pile-up ideas from others on Pythagoras, Trigonometry - and Circle Theorems.)
This puzzle is the fourteenth in a series of consolidation exercises/angle chases on the topic of Circle Theorems.
All of the Circle Theorems are present with “two radii and a chord make an isosceles triangle” and “a radius that is perpendicular to a chord divides the chord into two equal parts” in there too.
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