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Math: Circles

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New post 19 Jun 2016, 09:10
Very helpful. It helped clear a lot of my concepts on circles.
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New post 17 Aug 2017, 13:36
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I have a doubt here . Consider the last figure! If the lines OA and OB are drawn, what will be the resulting Angle OAP and OBP ?
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New post 01 Mar 2019, 02:37
Thank you! Vey useful formulas. Are The Central Angle Theorem and Power of a Point Theorem tested on GMAT? Are test takers expected to know these theorems and formulas? I have solved Official guides 2018, but did not see any problem that required the knowledge of these theorems. In OG 2018 Quantitative review problem #216, they gave the formula in the problem itself. I am taking my GMAT this month, but i am not sure whether i should master these formulas & theorems, or it is better to focus on what is given in math review part of the OG books.
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