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Concept

# Diameter

A diameter of a circle is a chord that passes through the center of the circle. Move points $A$ and $B$ to see when a chord becomes a diameter.
On the other hand, the phrase the diameter of a circle refers to the length of any chord passing through the center of the circle.

Furthermore, the diameter of a circle is exactly twice as long as its radius.

$d = 2r$