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please HELP 3. Use compass and straightedge to bisect ∠T. Describe your process carefully and clearly. Answer:

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    |dw:1388703041450:dw|Use this angle for an example: 1. Place the compasses' point on the angle's vertex Q. 2. Adjust the compasses to a medium wide setting. The exact width is not important 3. Without changing the compasses' width, draw an arc across each leg of the angle. 4. The compasses' width can be changed here if desired. Recommended: leave it the same. 5. Place the compasses on the point where one arc crosses a leg and draw an arc in the interior of the angle. 6. Without changing the compasses setting repeat for the other leg so that the two arcs cross. 7. Using a straightedge or ruler, draw a line from the vertex to the point where the arcs cross Source: MathOpenRef Check the attachment to see if you got the final way. 1 Attachment

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    hold on

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