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Bob draws a line segment PQ. He sets the width of a compass to the length of segment PQ and without changing the width, draws an arc from P and an arc from Q that intersect at a point R. What triangle did Bob construct? Answer -An equilateral triangle because all the sides are congruent. -A scalene triangle because all the sides are of different lengths. -An isosceles triangle because exactly two sides are congruent. -An isosceles triangle because all the sides are of different lengths.

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    An equilateral triangle because all the sides are congruent.

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