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Given a circle on a plane, prove that it has only one center, only one point from which a line segment drawn from it to the circumference will always have the radius of the circle for its length. I don’t know if this is an axiom or a proposition in Euclid’s Elements. I recommend MSC 51A05 and attaching to Circle.

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