josedavid
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What is your question?
josedavid
  • josedavid
Which of these is a step in constructing an inscribed equilateral triangle using technology? Construct segment DB, segment BC, segment CE, segment EG, segment GI, and segment ID. Create circle A with point B on the original circle. Create circle E, which passes through points A and C. Draw point E anywhere on segment DB.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you post the picture of the equilateral triangle?

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Which of the following is the final step in bisecting an angle? Mark the intersection point of the two arcs, and draw a ray from the vertex through this intersection point. Mark the intersection points of the rays and arc. Place the compass on one of those intersection points, and draw an arc inside the angle. Swing an arc that intersects both rays of the angle.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I say Mark the intersection point of the two arcs, and draw a ray from the vertex through this intersection point.
josedavid
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u sure

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