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The figure below shows a partially completed set of steps to construct figure PQRS: Two sides of a parallelogram PQRS are drawn. PQ that makes an acute angle with the horizontal side QR. QR extends to the left and an arc is drawn that cuts this extended line at L and the side QP at M. An arc of the same measure and the same orientation as arc LM is drawn from point R and intersects QR extended at N. The next step is to construct side RS of the figure so that side RS is congruent to side PQ and angle PQR is congruent to angle SRN. The chart below shows the steps each of the four students took to draw side RS of the figure: Student 1 Fix the compass at L and adjust its width to point M. Without changing the width of the compass, move the compass to R and draw an arc. Draw a line segment from R that passes through T and intersects the arc at S. Student 2 Fix the compass at M and adjust its width to point L. Without changing the width of the compass, move the compass to N and draw an arc which cuts the previous arc at T. Adjust the width of the compass equal to PQ. Fix the compass at R and draw an arc. Draw a line segment from R that passes through T and intersects the second arc at S. Student 3 Fix the compass at Q and adjust its width to point P. Without changing the width of the compass, move the compass to R and draw an arc. Using the same width, fix the compass at N and draw an arc which intersects the previous arc at T. Draw a line segment from R that passes through T and intersects the arc at S. Student 4 Fix the compass at L and adjust its width to point P. Without changing the width of the compass, move the compass to R and draw an arc which intersects QR at T. Draw a line segment from R that passes through T and intersects the arc at S. Which student used the correct steps to construct parallelogram PQRS? Student 2 Student 1 Student 4 Student 3
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ytrewqmiswi
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u want jst the answer or answer+explanation?
HelloKitty17
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answer and explanation if you mind
ytrewqmiswi
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ok 1st lemme read the story :)
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got it @ytrewqmiswi
ytrewqmiswi
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did u get the answer :) ?
HelloKitty17
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I think it would be student 2 I have no idea
ytrewqmiswi
  • ytrewqmiswi
yes ur correct :)
HelloKitty17
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oh wow really I just gussed
ytrewqmiswi
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ok i will explain :)
HelloKitty17
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may you help me with two more?!
ytrewqmiswi
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yea ofc :) do u want the explanation to this one?
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I kinda need to hurry
HelloKitty17
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Which statement best shows the difference between a line and a point? A point has no dimension, but a line has length as a dimension to measure. A line and a point cannot be collinear. A point has no location but a line can lie on a plane. A line has width and depth, but a point has only length as a dimension to measure.
HelloKitty17
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is this one the third option?
ytrewqmiswi
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no a line only has length and no other dimension can u tell the width of line in this case-|dw:1443124035963:dw|
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An architect plans to make a drawing of the room of a house. The segment LM represents the floor of the room. He wants to construct a line passing through Q and perpendicular to side LM to represent a wall of the room. He uses a straightedge and compass to complete some steps of the construction, as shown below: Which of these is likely to be his next step in constructing the perpendicular line? A.Fix the compass at L and draw an arc above the line. B. Without changing the width of the compass, place the compass at Q and draw an arc through L. C. Fix the compass at points P and T and draw arcs which intersect below the line. D. Without changing the width of the compass, place the compass at M and draw an arc.
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