The Circles ClipArt gallery offers 161 Illustrations of circles with radii, diameters, chords, arcs, tangents, secants, and inscribed angles. Images also include inscribed, circumscribed, and concentric circles.

Intersecting circles with chords and radii.

Intersecting Circles

Intersecting circles with chords and radii.

Illustration of intersecting circles. "If two circles intersect each other, the line joining their centers bisects at right angles the line joining the two points of intersection."

Intersecting Circles

Illustration of intersecting circles. "If two circles intersect each other, the line joining their centers…

Illustration showing various circles and the angles formed by intersecting lines.

Intersecting Lines in Circles

Illustration showing various circles and the angles formed by intersecting lines.

Illustration of intersecting circles with a common chord.

Intersecting Circles With a Common Chord

Illustration of intersecting circles with a common chord.

Illustration showing 2 intersecting circles with a line drawn through each point of intersection terminated by the circumferences. The chords joining the ends of theses lines are parallel.

Two Intersecting Circles With Lines

Illustration showing 2 intersecting circles with a line drawn through each point of intersection terminated…

Illustration showing 2 intersecting circles with a lines drawn that form a triangle.

Two Intersecting Circles With Lines

Illustration showing 2 intersecting circles with a lines drawn that form a triangle.

Illustration of a circle with parallels intercepting equal arcs on a circumference.

Circles With Parallels Intercepting Equal Arcs

Illustration of a circle with parallels intercepting equal arcs on a circumference.

Illustration of box filled with pipes.

Circular Pipes in Box

Illustration of box filled with pipes.

A design created by dividing a circle into 4 equal arcs and creating a reflection of each arc toward the center of the circle. (The arcs are inverted.) The design is then repeated and rotated 45° to create the star-like illustration in scribed in the circle.

Reflected Arcs Of 2 Circles In A Circle

A design created by dividing a circle into 4 equal arcs and creating a reflection of each arc toward…

A design created by dividing a circle into 4 equal arcs and creating a reflection of each arc toward the center of the circle. (The arcs are inverted.) The design is then repeated (a total of four times) and rotated 22.5° to create the star-like illustration in scribed in the circle.

Reflected Arcs Of 4 Circles In A Circle

A design created by dividing a circle into 4 equal arcs and creating a reflection of each arc toward…

A design created by dividing a circle into 4 equal arcs and creating a reflection of each arc toward the center of the circle. (The arcs are inverted.) The design is then repeated (a total of eight times) and rotated 11.25° to create the star-like illustration in scribed in the circle.

Reflected Arcs Of 8 Circles In A Circle

A design created by dividing a circle into 4 equal arcs and creating a reflection of each arc toward…

Illustration of two circles that are tangent to each other, the line of center passing through the point of contact.

Tangent Circles

Illustration of two circles that are tangent to each other, the line of center passing through the point…

Illustration of tangent circles. One circle is said to be tangent to another circle when they touch each other at one point only.

Tangent Circles

Illustration of tangent circles. One circle is said to be tangent to another circle when they touch…

Illustration showing 2 circles with that touch each other and two lines drawn through the point of contact terminated by the circumference. The chords joining the ends of theses lines are parallel.

Tangent Circles With Chords

Illustration showing 2 circles with that touch each other and two lines drawn through the point of contact…

A cissoid curve.

Cissoid Curve

A cissoid curve.

Illustration of of construction of an arc when the chord and height of the segment are given.

Construction of Arc When Given the Chord and Height of the Segment

Illustration of of construction of an arc when the chord and height of the segment are given.

Illustration of of construction of a radius when given only a part of the circumference.

Construction of Radius When Given Only a Part of the Circumference

Illustration of of construction of a radius when given only a part of the circumference.

Illustration of of construction of a radius when given only a part of the circumference.

Construction of Radius When Given Only a Part of the Circumference

Illustration of of construction of a radius when given only a part of the circumference.

Design made by drawing one large circle and then two circles that are vertically placed and internally tangent to the original circle. Erase the left side of the top circle and the right side of the bottom circle to create the design. It resembles the yin and yang symbol.

Design Similar to Yin Yang Symbol

Design made by drawing one large circle and then two circles that are vertically placed and internally…

Circular design made by rotating circles about a fixed point. The radii of the smaller circles is equal to the distance between the point of rotation and the center of the circle. The circles meet in the center of the larger circle. The design is achieved by removing consecutive halves of the circles (semi-circles).

Circular Design

Circular design made by rotating circles about a fixed point. The radii of the smaller circles is equal…

Circular design made by rotating circles about a fixed point. The radii of the smaller circles is equal to the distance between the point of rotation and the center of the circle. The circles meet in the center of the larger circle. The design is achieved by removing consecutive halves of the circles (semi-circles).

Circular Design

Circular design made by rotating circles about a fixed point. The radii of the smaller circles is equal…

2 circles that are similar figures

Similar Figures

2 circles that are similar figures

Three suspended concentric circles free to move independently of each other at right angles.

Gyroscope

Three suspended concentric circles free to move independently of each other at right angles.

The magic circle of circles, first developed by Benjamin Franklin, consists of eight annular rings and a central circle, each ring being divided into eight cells by radii drawn from the centre; there are therefore 65 cells. The number 12 is placed in he center and the consecutive numbers 13 to 75 are placed in the other cells. The properties are: 1) sum of eight numbers in any ring with 2 equals 360, 2) sum of eight numbers in any set of radial rings with 12 is 360, 3) sum of numbers in any four adjoining cells is 180.

Magic Circle of Circles

The magic circle of circles, first developed by Benjamin Franklin, consists of eight annular rings and…

Illustration of a circle with center O and diameters AB and CD perpendicular to each other.

Circle With 2 Perpendicular Diameters

Illustration of a circle with center O and diameters AB and CD perpendicular to each other.

Cross section of pipe, 2 concentric circles

Cross Section of Pipe

Cross section of pipe, 2 concentric circles

An illustration of a ring (circle within circle), with diameters of 3a-7 and 6a+9. Illustration could be used to calculate area.

Ring Made of Circles With Diameters 3a-7 and 6a+9

An illustration of a ring (circle within circle), with diameters of 3a-7 and 6a+9. Illustration could…

Illustration of ring (small circle in larger concentric circle).

Ring Made of Concentric Circles

Illustration of ring (small circle in larger concentric circle).

Illustration of ring (small circle in larger concentric circle) with piece cut out.

Ring With Piece Cut Out

Illustration of ring (small circle in larger concentric circle) with piece cut out.

Illustration of ring (small circle in larger concentric circle) sprung into place.

Ring Sprung Into Place

Illustration of ring (small circle in larger concentric circle) sprung into place.

Roman mosaic pattern of interlocking circles.

Roman Mosaic Circle Pattern

Roman mosaic pattern of interlocking circles.

An illustration showing a circle sector with radius r, center/central angle v, and length of circle arc b.

Circle Sector

An illustration showing a circle sector with radius r, center/central angle v, and length of circle…

An illustration showing a circle sector with center/central angle v and polygon angle w.

Circle Sector

An illustration showing a circle sector with center/central angle v and polygon angle w.

An illustration showing a circle sector with height of segment h and radius r.

Circle Sector

An illustration showing a circle sector with height of segment h and radius r.

Semicircle with line drawn perpendicular to the diameter.

Semicircle

Semicircle with line drawn perpendicular to the diameter.

Illustration of a semicircle.

Semicircle

Illustration of a semicircle.

Illustration of a semicircle with chords and radii.

Semicircle With Chords and Radii

Illustration of a semicircle with chords and radii.

The Advance Traffic Control symbol signs includes the Signal Ahead sign. These signs shall be installed on an approach to a primary traffic control device that is not visible for a sufficient distance to permit the road user to respond to the device. The visibility criteria for a traffic control signal shall be based on having a continuous view of at least two signal faces for the distance specified.

Signal Ahead, Silhouette

The Advance Traffic Control symbol signs includes the Signal Ahead sign. These signs shall be installed…

Illustration of point of tangency (line and circle).

Point of Tangency

Illustration of point of tangency (line and circle).

Illustration of radius drawn to point of contact of a tangent.

Point of Tangency

Illustration of radius drawn to point of contact of a tangent.

"A circle may be considered as made up of triangles whose bases form the circumference, and whose altitude is the radius (1/2 diameter) of the circle." This is clearly shown by the cut at the left.

Circle Made Up Of Triangles

"A circle may be considered as made up of triangles whose bases form the circumference, and whose altitude…