In geometry,  thales theorem states that if A B and C are points on a circle with diameter AC then angleABC is a right angle

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Thale's theorem is a special case of the Incribed angle theorem. Angle subtended at a point on the circular arc by a chord of a circle.

When three points A, B and C are such that BC is taken as the diameter of a circle and if A is also on the circle, then  the angle BAC is π/2.

thales theorem is used to construct the tangent to a circle at a given point.

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