Q. 74.3( 235 Votes )

Draw a circle with the help of a bangle. Take a point outside the circle. Construct the pair of tangents from this point to the circle.

Answer :

Step1: Draw a circle from a bangle.

Step2: Take a point A outside the circle and two chords BC and DE.

Step3: Bisect chords. They intersect at point O.

Step4: join OA and bisect it. We get midpoint of OA is P. Taking P as a center draw a circle of OP radius which intersect circle at W and X.

Join AW and AX. These are tangent.


We have to be proved that O is center of circle.

Join OW and OX.

AWO=90° (angle is on semicircle)

OW is perpendicular to AW.

Since, OW is radius of circle, AW has to be tangent. Similarly AX is tangent.

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