On your paper, draw two segments roughly like those shown. Use these segments in Exercises 1-4 to construct a segment having the indicated length.

$$a+b$$

Amrita B.

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On your paper, draw two segments roughly like those shown. Use these segments in Exercises 1-4 to construct a segment having the indicated length.

$$b-a$$

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On your paper, draw two segments roughly like those shown. Use these segments in Exercises 1-4 to construct a segment having the indicated length.

$$3 a-b$$

Amrita B.

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On your paper, draw two segments roughly like those shown. Use these segments in Exercises 1-4 to construct a segment having the indicated length.

$$a+2 b$$

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Using any convenient length for a side, construct an equilateral triangle.

Amrita B.

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a. Construct a $30^{\circ}$ angle. $\qquad$ b. Construct a $15^{\circ}$ angle.

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Draw any acute $\triangle A C U$ . Use a method based on the SSS Postulate to construct a triangle congruent to $\Delta A C U$ .

Amrita B.

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Draw any obtuse $\triangle O B T$ . Use the SSS method to construct a triangle congruent to $\triangle O B T$ .

Erik S.

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On your paper, draw two angles roughly like those shown. Then for Exercises $11-14$ construct an angle having the indicated measure.

$$x+y$$

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On your paper, draw two angles roughly like those shown. Then for Exercises $11-14$ construct an angle having the indicated measure.

$$x-y$$

Tiffany T.

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On your paper, draw two angles roughly like those shown. Then for Exercises $11-14$ construct an angle having the indicated measure.

$$\frac{3}{4} x$$

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On your paper, draw two angles roughly like those shown. Then for Exercises $11-14$ construct an angle having the indicated measure.

$$180-2 y$$

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a. Draw any acute triangle. Bisect each of the three angles.

b. Draw any obtuse triangle. Bisect each of the three angles.

c. What do you notice about the points of intersection of the bisectors in parts ( a ) and (b)?

Amrita B.

Numerade Educator

Construct a six-pointed star using the following procedure.

1. Draw a ray, $\overrightarrow{A B}$ . On $\overrightarrow{A B}$ mark off, in order, points $C$ and $D$ such that $A B=B C=C D$ .

2. Construct equilateral $\triangle A D G$ .

3. On $\overline{A G}$ mark off points $E$ and $F$ so that both $A E$ and $E F$ equal $A B$ .

4. On $\overline{G D}$ mark off points $H$ and $I$ so that both $G H$ and $H I$ equal $A B .$

5. To complete the star, draw the three lines $\stackrel{\leftrightarrow}{F H}, \stackrel{\leftrightarrow}{E B},$ and $\stackrel{\leftrightarrow}{C l}$ .

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Draw any $\Delta A B C$ . Construct $\triangle D E F$ so that $\triangle D E F \sim \triangle A B C$ and $D E=2 A B .$

Amrita B.

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On your paper draw figures roughly like those shown. Use them in constructing the figures described in Exercises 23-25.

An isosceles triangle with a vertex angle of $n^{\circ}$ and legs of length $d$

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On your paper draw figures roughly like those shown. Use them in constructing the figures described in Exercises 23-25.

An isosceles triangle with a vertex angle of $n^{\circ}$ and base of length $s$

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On your paper draw figures roughly like those shown. Use them in constructing the figures described in Exercises 23-25.

A parallelogram with an $n^{\circ}$ angle. longer side of length $s,$ and longer diagonal of length $d$

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On your paper draw figures roughly like the ones shown. Then construct a triangle whose three angles are congruent to $\angle 1 . \angle 2$ , and $\angle 3$ , and whose circumscribed circle has radius $r$ .

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