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- adj. (of a set of points) Lying on a common circle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In geometry, lying on the circumference of one circle; also, giving circular sections when cut by the same systems of parallel planes: applied to two quadric surfaces which have this relation.
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Therefore, points B, E, A, and L are concyclic (opposite angles are supplementary).
A '' 'cyclic quadrilateral' '' is a [[quadrilateral]] whose foue vertices are concyclic.
A '' 'cyclic quadrilateral' '' is a [[quadrilateral]] whose four vertices are concyclic.
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