# CBSE Class 10 Maths Construction of Tangents

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The centre of a circle can be found from a point of intersection of

## Q.

The angle drawn in a semicircle from the end points of the diameter is

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If the angle between the tangents is
50° (as shown in the
figure), then the angles between the two radii will be** **

## Q.

Two tangents drawn from the external points to a circle are

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