The Angle in a Semicircle Theorem states that the angle subtended by a diameter of a circle at the circumference is a right angle. An alternative statement of the theorem is the angle inscribed in a semicircle is a right angle. Proof Draw a radius of the circle from C. This makes two isosceles triangles.
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