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But that's not the problem. The problem is I have to show arcs and work. |dw:1378233659699:dw|
But I can only use parallel and perpendicular lines. So, I was thinking, something more like this|dw:1378233705653:dw|
yes thats tricky but easy c1, and c2 are the centers where u wud fix one end of compass point
So I would extend my compass from c1 to c2, place it at a middle point, and extend it out in any direction? But those extensions must be perpendicular to each other, as they connect, meaning I need to find a way to make them equal.
Okay, so could you explain to me how you would do it?
drawing first arc :- 1) fix the compass one end at c1 2) open the compass width to r, and draw the top arc
What do you mean fix the compass end at c1? What do you mean open it to the width of r? I'm new to this type of language. Sorry.
its okay, but u got it correct i can see that So I would extend my compass from c1 to c2, place it at a middle point, and extend it out in any direction? But those extensions must be perpendicular to each other, as they connect, meaning I need to find a way to make them equal.
yes, thats exactly whats in my head
will that work, or its missing something ? (some perpendicular something u were saying...)
So let me see if I got this right. |dw:1378234188906:dw| And I use that length to draw two arcs?
I would extend it halfway then, rigjt?
yes extend the compass halfway oly
Then from point c and c2, draw two arcs and make sure the intersect.
exactly, c1 and c2 draw two arcs.. that intersect at the mid of segment c1c2
Okay, anything else?
thats it, since compass is allowed. arcs are allowed. so we dont care about angle at which the arcs intersect. we're fine :)
Can we OoVoO or Skype on Facebook (video call) To clear it up?
sure :) one sec
Okay. Email me your stuff ;D