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Elise_a18
 one year ago
When constructing inscribed polygons, how can you be sure the figure inscribed is a regular polygon?
Check the distance between the angles with a straightedge.
Check the length of each side of the polygon with a compass.
See if the diameter is the same as the length of the sides with a compass.
There is no way to ensure you have constructed a regular polygon.
Elise_a18
 one year ago
When constructing inscribed polygons, how can you be sure the figure inscribed is a regular polygon? Check the distance between the angles with a straightedge. Check the length of each side of the polygon with a compass. See if the diameter is the same as the length of the sides with a compass. There is no way to ensure you have constructed a regular polygon.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0It's never D....There is always a way sadly.

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I would say it would be B
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