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Jaden has designed a pair of slides, BA and BD, for a theme park. He plans to add another slide BC so that angle ABD is equal to angle DBC, as shown below. Part 1: Using complete sentences, describe the steps used to construct the third slide. Part 2: Compare and contrast the method of constructing the slide verses sketching the slide.
 2 years ago
Jaden has designed a pair of slides, BA and BD, for a theme park. He plans to add another slide BC so that angle ABD is equal to angle DBC, as shown below. Part 1: Using complete sentences, describe the steps used to construct the third slide. Part 2: Compare and contrast the method of constructing the slide verses sketching the slide.

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Sunshine447
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Part 1: 1. Take the given angle and open up your compass to any width that will still lie on the angle when you draw an arc. 2. Put the sharp end of the compass on point B and draw an arc that lies on line AB and another one that lies on line CB. 3. Put the sharp end of your compass on the intersection point on line AB and draw another arc that intersects with line AC. Do the same with the intersecting point on line BC. 4. Draw a point at the intersection on line AC and label it point D.

Sunshine447
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I had the same question on my FLVS test :) good luck!

Helpless1
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0thank you, haha I'm in the test currently
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