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  1. HelloKitty17
    • one year ago
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    When constructing an inscribed polygon with a compass and straightedge, how should you start the construction? Use a protractor to measure the original circle into four equal parts. Use a ruler to find the length of the diameter and then make an arc above it. Open the compass to the width of the circle and use that as a guide. Place a point on your paper and then use a compass to construct a circle.

  2. OnePieceFTW
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    You would start out my dividing the circle into 6 parts. So open up the compass to the width of the circle's radius.

  3. HelloKitty17
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    @OnePieceFTW so the third one?

  4. OnePieceFTW
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    Well actually you need a circle first lol So D

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