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  • 3 years ago

The figure below shows the steps Stacey took to construct an isosceles triangle.

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  1. veggiesfolyfe
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  2. veggiesfolyfe
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    Which step in the construction was not required to construct the isosceles triangle?

  3. veggiesfolyfe
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    Which step in the construction was not required to construct the isosceles triangle?

  4. veggiesfolyfe
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    constructing a perpendicular line AB plotting the points Q and R constructing the line segment XY drawing an arc that cuts through line segment XY

  5. ganeshie8
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    which one do u think

  6. Bhagyashree
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    i will go with second option "plotting the points Q and R" you dont need those points to draw an isosceles triangle u can use all the points inside that semicircle

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    Thank you

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