Table of Contents

- 1 What shapes can always be inscribed in a circle?
- 2 What shapes Cannot be inscribed in a circle?
- 3 What quadrilaterals can always be inscribed in a circle?
- 4 Can a trapezoid always be inscribed in a circle?
- 5 What is special about a rhombus inscribed in a circle?
- 6 Is a circle a quadrilateral yes or no?
- 7 How do you find the radius of a circle inscribed in a trapezoid?
- 8 What is the Orthocentre of triangle?
- 9 How are the diagonals of a rhombus inscribed?
- 10 Where is the center of an inscribed circle?

## What shapes can always be inscribed in a circle?

Every circle has an inscribed triangle with any three given angle measures (summing of course to 180°), and every triangle can be inscribed in some circle (which is called its circumscribed circle or circumcircle). Every triangle has an inscribed circle, called the incircle.

## What shapes Cannot be inscribed in a circle?

Some quadrilaterals, like an oblong rectangle, can be inscribed in a circle, but cannot circumscribe a circle. Other quadrilaterals, like a slanted rhombus, circumscribe a circle, but cannot be inscribed in a circle.

**Can square always be inscribed in a circle?**

Another way to think of this is that every square has a circumcircle – a circle that passes through every vertex. In fact every regular polygon has a circumcircle, and so can be inscribed in that circle.

### What quadrilaterals can always be inscribed in a circle?

Quadrilaterals that can be inscribed in circles are known as cyclic quadrilaterals. The quadrilateral below is a cyclic quadrilateral.

### Can a trapezoid always be inscribed in a circle?

In Euclidean geometry, a tangential trapezoid, also called a circumscribed trapezoid, is a trapezoid whose four sides are all tangent to a circle within the trapezoid: the incircle or inscribed circle. As for other trapezoids, the parallel sides are called the bases and the other two sides the legs.

**Is it possible to circumscribe a circle about any triangle?**

Theorem: A circle can be inscribed in any triangle, i.e. every triangle has an incircle.

## What is special about a rhombus inscribed in a circle?

A quadrilaterals opposite angles must add up to 180 in order to be inscribed in a circle, but a rhombuses opposite angles are equal and do not add up to 180. Therefore, a rhombus that does not have 4 right angles cannot be inscribed in a circle.

## Is a circle a quadrilateral yes or no?

In geometry, a quadrilateral inscribed in a circle, also known as a cyclic quadrilateral or chordal quadrilateral, is a quadrilateral with four vertices on the circumference of a circle. In a quadrilateral inscribed circle, the four sides of the quadrilateral are the chords of the circle.

**What type of trapezoid can be inscribed in a circle?**

tangential trapezoid

In Euclidean geometry, a tangential trapezoid, also called a circumscribed trapezoid, is a trapezoid whose four sides are all tangent to a circle within the trapezoid: the incircle or inscribed circle.

### How do you find the radius of a circle inscribed in a trapezoid?

For a quadrilateral to be inscribed in a circle, opposite angles have to supplementary. The opposite angles of an isosceles trapezoid are always supplementary, therefore, all isosceles trapezoids can be inscribed in a circle. The general equation of a circle with center (h,k) and radius r is: (x – h)^2 +!(

### What is the Orthocentre of triangle?

An orthocenter can be defined as the point of intersection of altitudes that are drawn perpendicular from the vertex to the opposite sides of a triangle. The orthocenter of a triangle is that point where all the three altitudes of a triangle intersect.

**Where is the inscribed circle located in the rhombus?**

If the circle is inscribed in the rhombus, it is inscribed in each of four of the rhombus interior angles. Therefore, the center of the inscribed circle is located at the angle bisectors of the rhombus interior angles.

## How are the diagonals of a rhombus inscribed?

of the circle inscribed in the given rhombus is the perpendicular drawn. from the center of the circle (which is the diagonals intersection point) to the side of the rhombus at the tangent point. The diagonals of the rhombus are perpendicular and bisect each other.

## Where is the center of an inscribed circle?

Therefore, the center of the inscribed circle is located at the angle bisectors of the rhombus interior angles. But the angle bisector of the rhombus is its diagonal. Hence, the center of the inscribed circle lies at the intersection point of the rhombus diagonals. – Very good. You got the major idea to solve this construction problem.

**Which is the side measure of the rhombus?**

For these triangles you know the hypotenuse length, which is equal to the rhombus side measure of 15 cm, and one leg measure, which is half of the known diagonal length 18/2 = 9 cm. . where is the given and is an unknown measure of the diagonals of the rhombus and is its side length.