# Difference between revisions of "Center"

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## Revision as of 06:49, 5 January 2009

The **center** of a circle is the point that all the points on the curve are equidistant from. The center is not a point on the circle because the circle is only the rim and has empty interior.

In contrast, the center of a disk is a point of the disk. See centroid.