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Two chords intersect inside a circle. The lengths of the segment of one chord are 4 and 6. The length of the segment of the other chords are 3 and what?

The fact that you're asking this question indicates you have probably just received a theorem stating that when two chords intersect in a circle, the products of their segments are equal.
4*6 = 3*x
x=8
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