anonymous
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Is anyone willing to check my answer to this question? It was multiple choice.
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james1769
  • james1769
sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay thank you, here it is:Which of the following is the fourth step in copying an angle? (6 points) A)Draw a ray through the new vertex and the intersection point of the two rays. B)Draw a ray with one endpoint. This endpoint will be the vertex of the new angle. C)Open the compass to the width of the intersection points of the rays and arc of the given angle. D)Place the compass on the vertex of the new angle, and swing an arc similar to the first one you created.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I chose B, but the wording is different to me, so I had to check

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james1769
  • james1769
b sounds right
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay thank you :) oh, when I am finished, would you mind checking the rest of my answers as well?
james1769
  • james1769
sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks! I have 5 more to answer, if you wouldn't mind waiting
james1769
  • james1769
no problem take ur time
anonymous
  • anonymous
1. (01.01 LC) Match the term with the definition. (5 points) 1. Circle 2. Vertex 3. Angle 4. Ray 5. Point a. a point where two or more rays or "arms" of an angle meet b. a figure consisting of two rays with the same endpoint c. the set of all points in a plane that are a given distance from a point d. the portion of a line that starts at one point and goes off in a particular direction to infinity e. a location, has no size2. (01.01 LC) Which of the following is a defined term? (6 points) Angle Line Point Plane 3. (01.01 LC) Which of the following terms is a set of all points in a plane that are a given distance from a point? (6 points) Circle Line Segment Parallel Line Ray 4. (01.01 LC) Which of these is a correct step in constructing congruent line segments? (6 points) Use a straightedge to draw two equal arcs from the endpoints. Use a compass to join the endpoints of the line segment. Use a straightedge to measure the length of the line segment. Use a compass to create the distance between the endpoints. 5. (01.02 MC) Which of the following is the fourth step in copying an angle? (6 points) Draw a ray through the new vertex and the intersection point of the two rays. Draw a ray with one endpoint. This endpoint will be the vertex of the new angle. Open the compass to the width of the intersection points of the rays and arc of the given angle. Place the compass on the vertex of the new angle, and swing an arc similar to the first one you created.6. (01.01 MC) Ben uses a compass and a straightedge to bisect angle PQR, as shown below:Which statement best explains why Ben uses the same width to draw arcs from A and B which intersect at S? (6 points) BQ = BS when ∠AQS ≅ BQS. AQ = AS when ∠AQS ≅ BQS. ∠AQS ≅ BQS when AS = BS and AQ = BQ. ∠AQS ≅ BQS when AS = BQ and BS = AQ. 7. (01.03 LC) When constructing an inscribed equilateral triangle, how many arcs will be drawn on the circle? (6 points) 3 4 5 6 8. (01.03 MC) Robert is completing a construction of a square inscribed in a circle, as shown below. What should be the next step in his construction? (6 points)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Construct a perpendicular bisector to line AB. Place his compass on the radius and draw two arcs above and below line AB. Make another circle from point B with the same radius as his original circle. Draw a line parallel to line AB that touches the circle at point A. 9. (01.05 LC) Which of these is a step in constructing an inscribed square using technology? (6 points) Construct segment DB, segment BC, segment CE, segment EG, segment GI, and segment ID. Draw segments BR, RS, and SB. Identify the points of intersection between circle A and circle G. Mark the points of intersection between circle A and line AB.10. (01.05 MC) Michael is using a drawing program to complete a construction. Which construction is he completing? (7 points An equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle A square inscribed in a circle A regular pentagon inscribed in a circle A regular hexagon inscribed in a circle
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
soo... did I do okay?
james1769
  • james1769
thats alot
anonymous
  • anonymous
There were only 10 questions, its actually short comapared to all the rest
james1769
  • james1769
yeah so wat r ur answers
anonymous
  • anonymous
oops I forgot to add them, sorry here they are,1. A B D E 2. A 3. A 4. D 5. B 6. C 7.D 8. B 9. C 10. D
james1769
  • james1769
sounds good
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay thank you

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