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i am not, but may be able to help if you have a question
Given a segment with endpoints A and B what figure can you construct using the steps below? Draw a ray with endpoint C open the compass to the length AB With the same compass setting put the compass on point C. Draw an arc that intersects the ray. Label the point of intersection D. A a perpendicular bisector B a congruent segment C a angle bisector D a congruent angle
did you follow the steps?
Yes, but im confused on how to follow them.
did you get to that far? |dw:1441216343177:dw|
ok, when you open the compass to AB, you can create a circle with radius AB with the center at A... see that?
|dw:1441216606848:dw| From that one step you can construct the circle with radius length AB
you then pick up the compass keeping the distance AB set, and place the center now on C
since it said to keep the same setting, you know that both circles are the same, and segments AB and CD are equal length
that's it.. not to much to that one
So its D
no, AB and CD are equal length (congruent) line segments
you just chopped off a segment of the ray that is the same as AB segment length
Oh my bad i was looking at the wrong question on my paper! Yes B!
here is something i remember about...one sec
here are some pretty short basic construction videos that are pretty clear, i remember watching a couple a while back https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/geometric-constructions
I'm just in Geometry A
what grade are you in ? im in connections as well so maybe i could help you or the other way around