Thales's theorem

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A graph demonstrating Thales's Theorem.

Thales's theorem is a theorem (rule) in geometry. It says that if three points, , , and are on a circle where is a diameter (a straight line from one end of the circle to another, through the middle), the angle is a right angle of 90 degrees. This is a special case of the inscribed angle theorem.