# Why is AM=MB=MC in this right triangle?

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I understand that AM=BC because M is the centerpoint, but I do not understand MC.

I understand that AM=BC because M is the centerpoint, but I do not understand MC.

Please refer to the Explanation.

as diameter.

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Your Question :

I understand that

the centerpoint, but I do not understand

I think it is

We have two Theorem :

So,

Now ,

So,

Let

Here,

Hence ,

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