Chapter 3.4, Problem 16E

### Elementary Geometry for College St...

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### Elementary Geometry for College St...

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Daniel C. Alexander + 1 other
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# In Exercises 15 and 18, construct angles having the givenmeasures. 60 ° and then 30 °

To determine

To construct:

The angle of 60° and 30°.

Explanation

Construction:

Draw a line AB.

Figure (1)

Draw two circles of equal radius centered at A and B and name the intersection points.

Figure (2)

Draw two line segments ACâ†’ and BCâ†’, mâˆ A is the required angle of measure 60Â° as Î”ABC a regular triangle.

Figure (3)

Draw a circle of radius AB from points C and name the intersection points.

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