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01.02 Basic Constructions
Transcript of 01.02 Basic Constructions
The last step is basically inserting the brand new point on the segment & naming it D.
Step 2 for this assignment
Next, I got the compass & it's useful for inserting the arc. I had to do that to show where the new point is going on the ray.
Step 1 for this assignment
I had to use my straightedge for the first line segment. Also with using this it helps you with creating a good line so that way there won't be any mistakes.
Step 3 for this assignment
Draw 90 degree angle & I had to label it after that.
01.02 Basic Constructions
By Valentino G
Next I had to give my two points a name. A & B basically. It's important because it helps you stay on track & not mess up.
After the second step, I had to use the compass to get the width of line AB. This is because I already acknowledged that I will have to copy the line.
Next, I had to insert a ray, & I realized that it doesn't have to be the best so I had to eye ball the length. The starting point is C.
I had to place the compass that included the measurements from the default line on the new ray. I had to find the new point for the new line segment.
Now that all of that is over, we finally have 2 new line segments. Side note but it is very vital that when you use a compass,it has to be the exact length of the line segment so that way there would be a perfect copy.After all the copies are congruent anyway because it's the exact same measurements.
I had to place the compass on the endpoint because it has to be across the line.
I had to draw an arc on either of the sides. The reason is because the arcs have to come together & create two points for the line. I drew more arcs after that.
For the last step, I had to place the points to make sure the arc came together & that's it basically. After that it results in being a bisected line segment.
Use straightedge to form a ray. This is because you have a good line to build the angle with.
Next, label the vertex so we know where to use the compass for later.
Use compass to insert arc on BAC. This is important because it helps find out where the new point will be at.
Draw the arc that you drew on the last one, which was BAC, but on the new ray. This is important because we have the new point.
Use compass to find the difference with the 2 places where the arcs come together on BAC. This is important because it lets me know where to insert the new ray at.
We have to re use the measurement from the last one to insert another arc into this. This basically marks where the two arcs come together.
Insert a point that follows where the arcs came together at & next draw a line through it. After all that we finally have something that's similar to BAC. The new angle is XYZ.
The last step