We have parallel and perpendicular for lines, but only tangent for circles? Why no radial circle to line relationship?

We have parallel and perpendicular for lines, but only tangent for circles? Why no radial circle to line relationship?

Basically a line coincident with the center of the circle.

I'm certainly not saying there aren't other ways to get it, like a line perpendicular to tangent, or using the centerpoint.

Ross Mayo wrote:

Basically a line coincident with the center of the circle.

Then Logan Atkins gave you the answer.

Are you talking about angular dimensions? I'm also unclear what you are asking. Upon selecting "add relation" to a line and circle, the options are tangent, fix, equal path length. But you can add relations to the endpoints of the line to the circle, or the center point of the circle to the line etc, and I can't see a situation where you would need more to define your sketches.

edit: didn't see your reply. As was mentioned, select the CenterPoint of the circle and whichever endpoint of the line, coincident.

Can you post a screenshot of what you mean?