Excalibur0126
  • Excalibur0126
Explain how you can use a straightedge and a compass to construct an angle that is both congruent and adjacent to a given angle.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Draw an arc through the given angle, centered at the vertex and of sufficient radius to offer the desired accuracy. Extend that arc beyond the given angle in the direction you will be adding the adjacent angle. Set your compass or dividers to the distance between the points where your arc crosses the sides of the given angle. Mark that same distance on the arc from the point on the common side to a point in the direction you want to construct the adjacent angle. Use the straight edge to draw a line through that point and the angle vertex. I hope this answers your question(:
anonymous
  • anonymous
Make sense @Excalibur0126 ?
Excalibur0126
  • Excalibur0126
Yes, thank you very much :)

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anonymous
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Yep no problem(: become a fan if you need more help k?(:

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