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JG is the diameter of circle M. Which conclusion cannot be drawn from the diagram?
KN=NI
LG=GH
JG is perpendicular to HL
GH=GL
JG is the diameter of circle M. Which conclusion cannot be drawn from the diagram? KN=NI LG=GH JG is perpendicular to HL GH=GL

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  • the answer
    the conclusions which cannot be drawn from the diagram are:

    a) /KN = /NI and d) /GH =/GL
    /KN is the algebraic measure of KN, it can be positive or negative. It is the same for /NI /GH  and /GL
    so /KN = /NI is not possible, because /KN is positive and /NI negative, they have a different signs. So do /GH and /GL.

  • Based on the arc-chord theorem and the given information in the diagram, the conclusions that cannot be made are: A. KN ≅ NI D. GH ≅ GL.

    What is the Arc-Chord Theorem?

    The arc-chord theorem states that if two chords are congruent, then the measure of their intercepted arcs are congruent also.

    In the diagram given, chord LH is bisected by line segment JG. Therefore, arc LG ≅ arc GH because LO ≅ OH.

    Also, JG is a perpendicular bisector of HL.

    Thus, the conclusion we cannot make from the diagram are: A. KN ≅ NI D. GH ≅ GL.

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