a chord of a given length and passing a given point on the circle? just draw another circle centered at the point with the given radius, and use snap to intersection.

to draw a chord of a given length and passing a given point not on the circle:

1. draw a chord of the given length passing any point on the circle;

2. draw a concentric circle passing the point, and find the intersection with the chord;

3. rotate the chord to pass the given point: center of circle as the rotation center, the intersection point as the reference point.

flywire wrote

How do you draw a chord of a given length? It seems if one end of a line is snapped to a circle it can't be rotated to snap the other end to the circle.