## Engage NY Eureka Math Geometry Module 5 Lesson 11 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Geometry Module 5 Lesson 11 Exercise Answer Key

Exercises

Exercise 1.

\(\overline{C D}\) and \(\overline{C E}\) are tangent to circle A at points D and E, respectively. Use a two-column proof to prove a = b.

Answer:

Draw radii \(\overline{A D}\) and \(\overline{A E}\)and segment \(\overline{A C}\).

CD = a, CE = b Given

âˆ ADC and âˆ AEC are right angles. Tangent lines are perpendicular to the radius at the point of tangency.

â–³ADC and â–³AEC are right triangles. Definition of a right triangle

AD = AE Radii of the same circle are equal in measure.

AC = AC Reflexive property

â–³ADC â‰… â–³AEC HL

CD = CE Corresponding sides of congruent triangles are equal in length.

a = b Substitution

Exercise 2.

In circle A, the radius is 9 mm and BC = 12 mm.

a. Find AC.

Answer:

AC = 15 mm

b. Find the area of â–³ACD.

Answer:

A = 54 mm^{2}

c. Find the perimeter of quadrilateral ABCD.

Answer:

P = 42 mm

Exercise 3.

In circle A, EF = 12 and AE = 13. AE : AC = 1 : 3.

a. Find the radius of the circle.

Answer:

5

b. Find BC (round to the nearest whole number).

Answer:

39

c. Find EC.

Answer:

51

### Eureka Math Geometry Module 5 Lesson 11 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.

If AB = 5, BC = 12, and AC = 13, is \(\overleftrightarrow{B C}\) tangent to circle A at point B? Explain.

Answer:

Yes. â–³ABC is a right triangle because the Pythagorean theorem holds: 5^{2} + 12^{2} = 13^{2}. Angle B is right, so \(\overleftrightarrow{B C}\) is tangent to circle A at point B.

Question 2.

\(\overleftrightarrow{B C}\) is tangent to circle A at point B. DC = 9 and BC = 15.

a. Find the radius of the circle.

Answer:

r = 8

b. Find AC.

Answer:

AC = 17

Question 3.

A circular pond is fenced on two opposite sides (\(\overline{C D}\), \(\overline{F E}\)) with wood and the other two sides with metal fencing.

If all four sides of fencing are tangent to the pond, is there more wood or metal fencing used?

Answer:

There is an equal amount of wood and metal fencing because the distance from each corner to the point of tangency is the same.

Question 4.

Find x if the line shown is tangent to the circle at point B.

Answer:

67Â°

Question 5.

\(\overleftrightarrow{P C}\) is tangent to the circle at point C, and CD = DE.

a. Find x (\(m \widehat{C D}\)).

Answer:

âˆ CDE is an inscribed angle, so \(m \widehat{C F E}\) is two times the measure of the intercepted arc; \(m \widehat{C F E}\) = 152Â° and \(m \widehat{C D E}\) = 208Â°. Since CD = DE, then \(m \widehat{C D}\) = m \(\widehat{D E}\). Therefore, 2x = 208Â° and x = 104Â°.

b. Find y (mâˆ CFE).

Answer:

\(m \widehat{C D E}\) = 208Â°, so mâˆ CFE must be one half this value since it is an inscribed angle that intercepts the arc. Therefore, y = 104Â°.

Question 6.

Construct two lines tangent to circle A through point B.

Answer:

Question 7.

Find x, the length of the common tangent line between the two circles (round to the nearest hundredth).

Answer:

x = 12.17

Question 8.

\(\overline{E F}\) is tangent to both circles A and C. The radius of circle A is 9, and the radius of circle C is 5. The circles are 2 units apart. Find the length of \(\overline{E F}\), or x (round to the nearest hundredth).

Answer:

Draw radius \(\overline{A E}\) and radius \(\overline{C F}\). Label the intersection of \(\overline{E F}\) and \(\overline{A C}\) as Z.

Triangles AEZ and CFZ are similar since both have right angles (âˆ E and âˆ F) and a pair of vertical angles equal in measure (âˆ AZE and âˆ CZF).

\(\frac{AZ}{AE}\) = \(\frac{CZ}{CF}\)

\(\frac{9}{5}\) = \(\frac{9 + a}{7-a}\)

a = \(\frac{9}{7}\)

EZ = \(\sqrt{\left(9 + \frac{9}{7}\right)^{2}-9^{2}}\)

ZF = \(\sqrt{\left(5 + \frac{5}{7}\right)^{2}-5^{2}}\)

EF = EZ + ZF

EF = \(\sqrt{\left(9 + \frac{9}{7}\right)^{2}-9^{2}} + \sqrt{\left(5 + \frac{5}{7}\right)^{2}-5^{2}}\)

EF â‰ˆ 7.75

The length of \(\overline{E F}\), or x, is approximately 7.75 units.

### Eureka Math Geometry Module 5 Lesson 11 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.

If BC = 9, AB = 6, and AC = 15, is \(\overleftrightarrow{B C}\) tangent to circle A? Explain.

Answer:

No. â–³ABC is not a right triangle because 9^{2} + 6^{2} â‰ 15^{2}. This means \(\overline{A B}\) is not perpendicular to \(\overline{B C}\).

Question 2.

Construct a line tangent to circle A through point B.

Answer:

Answers will vary.