## What does on the brink mean?

any extreme edge; verge. a crucial or critical point, especially of a situation or state beyond which success or catastrophe occurs: We were on the brink of war.

## What is the opposite of Brink?

noun. ( Synonyms. bound edge threshold verge boundary. Antonyms. recede dull end middle increase.

**What is the periphery?**

1 : the perimeter of a circle or other closed curve also : the perimeter of a polygon. 2 : the external boundary or surface of a body. 3a : the outward bounds of something as distinguished from its internal regions or center : confines.

**What is periphery of a circle?**

The distance around the edge of a circle. Also ‘periphery’ , ‘perimeter’. You sometimes see the word ‘circumference’ to mean the curved line that goes around the circle. Other times it means the length of that line, as in “the circumference is 2.11cm”.

### How do you find the periphery of a circle?

To calculate the circumference of a circle, multiply the diameter of the circle with π (pi). The circumference can also be calculated by multiplying 2×radius with pi (π=3.14).

### What does periphery mean in human geography?

In geographical terms we usually speak about the periphery in contexts of cities and regions. The periphery is usually the lesser developed part of a town or region, that is usually located at the edge of the cities/regions and far away from the developed, more “sophisticated” and often beautiful city/regional centre.

**What is Radius in simple words?**

noun, plural ra·di·i [rey-dee-ahy], ra·di·us·es. a straight line extending from the center of a circle or sphere to the circumference or surface: The radius of a circle is half the diameter. the length of such a line. any radial or radiating part.

**What does 5 mile radius mean?**

the radius (of a circle): the distance from the center of a circle to its edge. noun. (There are 3 bakeries) within a 5-mile radius (of my house): (There are 3 bakeries) less than 5 miles away (from my house)

#### What is difference between radius and radii?

In classical geometry, a radius of a circle or sphere is any of the line segments from its center to its perimeter, and in more modern usage, it is also their length. “radii” is the plural form of “radius” – a line connecting the center of a circle to its’ circumference.

#### What is half of a radius called?

In mathematics (and more specifically geometry), a semicircle is a one-dimensional locus of points that forms half of a circle.

**How is a radius named?**

It has two points on the outside edge of the circle. Write the name of each circle, radius, and diameter. A circle is named by the point in the center. A radius is a line segment from the center of the circle to the edge.

**How many radii does a circle have?**

Thus every circle has an infinite number of radii. This is because the number of points on the circumference of the circle is infinite. So there can be an infinite number of lines joining them to the center. If we are placing 2 radii end-to-ending a circle, then we would have the same length as the diameter.

## How many chords can a circle have?

Answer. 2 chords divide a circle into 4 regions.

## What is the largest chord of a circle?

diameter

**Can a circle have two radius?**

A straight cut made from a point on the circle, continuing through its center to another point on the circle, is a diameter. As you can see, a circle has many different radii and diameters, each passing through its center.

**Is a radius a chord?**

Any segment which connects two different points on a circle is a chord. The radius of a circle connects the centre and one point on the circle. Hence a radius cannot be called a chord.

### Why is a circle called a circle?

The word circle derives from the Greek κίρκος/κύκλος (kirkos/kuklos), itself a metathesis of the Homeric Greek κρίκος (krikos), meaning “hoop” or “ring”. The origins of the words circus and circuit are closely related.

### What is Circle in real life?

Some examples of circles in real life are camera lenses, pizzas, tires, Ferris wheels, rings, steering wheels, cakes, pies, buttons and a satellite’s orbit around the Earth. Circles are simply closed curves equidistant from a fixed center. Circles are special ellipses that have a single constant radius around a center.

**Can a circle be perfect?**

For a circle to be perfect, we would need to measure an infinite number of points around the circle’s circumference to know for sure. Each point would need to be precise from the particle level to the molecular level, whether the circle is stationary or in motion, which makes determining perfection a tricky feat.

**How do you know if two circles are similar?**

Similarity is a quality of scaling: two shapes are similar if you can scale one to be like the other, like these triangles ABC and DEF. Since all circles are of the same shape (they only vary by size), any circle can be scaled to form any other circle. Thus, all circles are similar!

#### Are all circles similar or congruent?

All circles have the same shape i.e. they are round. We know that congruent means the same shape but different size. Different circles may have the same or different sizes. ∴ All circles are both similar and congruent.

#### Are circles always congruent?

All circles of the same size are congruent to one another. “Size” can refer to radius, diameter, circumference, area, etc.

**Does similar mean congruent?**

When two figures have the same shape and size, they are congruent. Similar means that the figures have the same shape, but not the same size. Similar figures are not congruent. These two triangles are similar.

**Can a shape be similar and congruent?**

All congruent figures are similar, but not all similar figures are congruent. Congruence means two objects (whether two dimensional or three dimensional) are identical in size and shape. Everything about them — their angles, lengths of sides, overall dimensions — are identical.