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Question 15 (Essay Worth 12 points)
(01.02 HC)
Yalda has designed a house. The attic window is too wide. She plans to add a support LN that bisects segment KM, as shown.
KL and LM are the sides of the window making an angle KLM. A support LN joins L with a point N touching the lower side of the window KM.
Part 1: Using complete sentences, describe the steps used to construct the support.
Part 2: Compare and contrast the method of constructing the support verses sketching the support.
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teddybruner Group Title
Question 15 (Essay Worth 12 points) (01.02 HC) Yalda has designed a house. The attic window is too wide. She plans to add a support LN that bisects segment KM, as shown. KL and LM are the sides of the window making an angle KLM. A support LN joins L with a point N touching the lower side of the window KM. Part 1: Using complete sentences, describe the steps used to construct the support. Part 2: Compare and contrast the method of constructing the support verses sketching the support.
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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Part 1: (clue)Well, she's going to have to minimize the amount of space for the vertical borders so it's not so wide. Which would be sides KL and LM Part 2: (Clue) Than about it, to minimize the width space, you'd also have to shorten the horizontal boards.
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teddybruner Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
ok thank you!
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