**If P and Q are any two points on a circle, then the line segment PQ is called a**

**(a) radius of the circle**

**(b) diameter of the circle**

**(c) chord of the circle**

**(d) secant of the circle**

**Solution:**

chord of the circle** (c)**

**If P is a point in the interior of a circle with centre O and radius r, then**

**(a) OP = r**

**(b) OP > r**

**(c) OP ≥ r**

**(d) OP < r**

**Solution:**

OP > r** (b)**

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