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MaryJSmith

  • 4 years ago

As part of constructing an equiangular triangle, Keyah drew a line segment and marked the endpoints of the line segment as two vertices of the triangle. How can Keyah ensure that her next step will ensure that she creates an equiangular triangle?

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  1. MaryJSmith
    • 4 years ago
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    A) Set the width of the compass to the length of the line segment and without changing the width draw a pair of arcs, one on either side of the line segment. B) Set the width of the compass to the length of the line segment and without changing the width draw a pair of arcs, one from either end of the line segment. C) Set the width of the compass to a little more than half the length of the line segment and without changing the width draw a pair of arcs from either end of the line segment. D) Set the width of the compass to a little more than half the length of the line segment and without changing the width draw an arc that crosses the line segment in two places.

  2. inkyvoyd
    • 4 years ago
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    Th answer is not B or C. Figure out the answer for yourself.

  3. Directrix
    • 4 years ago
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    B) Set the width of the compass to the length of the line segment and without changing the width draw a pair of arcs, one from either end of the line segment.

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