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Pac1f1cIslander
 2 years ago
Some steps to construct an angle MNT congruent to angle PQR are listed below. Step 3 is not listed.
Step 1  Draw a segment NT.
Step 2  Use a compass to draw an arc from point Q which intersects the side PQ of angle PQR at point A and the side QR at point B.
Step 3 
Step 4  Adjust the width of the compass to AB and draw an arc from point X such that it intersects the arc drawn from N in a point Y.
Step 5  Join points N and Y using a straightedge.
Which statement describes step 3 correctly?
Pac1f1cIslander
 2 years ago
Some steps to construct an angle MNT congruent to angle PQR are listed below. Step 3 is not listed. Step 1  Draw a segment NT. Step 2  Use a compass to draw an arc from point Q which intersects the side PQ of angle PQR at point A and the side QR at point B. Step 3  Step 4  Adjust the width of the compass to AB and draw an arc from point X such that it intersects the arc drawn from N in a point Y. Step 5  Join points N and Y using a straightedge. Which statement describes step 3 correctly?

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Pac1f1cIslander
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Without changing the compass width, draw an arc from point T which intersects the segment NT at a point X. Without changing the compass width, draw an arc from point A which intersects the segment NT at a point X. Without changing the compass width, draw an arc from point B which intersects the segment NT at a point X. Without changing the compass width, draw an arc from point N which intersects the segment NT at a point X.
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