   Chapter 3.4, Problem 25E ### Elementary Geometry for College St...

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Daniel C. Alexander + 1 other
ISBN: 9781285195698
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# In Exercises 23 to 26, use line segments of length a and c as shownConstruct the isosceles triangle with a vertex angle 30 ° and each leg of length c Exercises 23-26

To determine

To draw:

The isosceles triangle with vertex angle 30° and each leg of length c.

Explanation

Given:

The following figure shows the given diagram.

Figure (1)

Approach:

Consider the line a and mark its end point as A and B as shown below.

Figure (2)

Take point A and B as center and draw two circle of equal radius A and mark the intersection points as shown below.

Figure (3)

Draw the two line segments AC¯ and BC¯ as shown below.

Figure (4)

In the above figure, it is clearly visible that the ΔABC is regular triangle and mA=60°.

Take point C as center and draw a circle of radius AB and mark the intersection points as shown below.

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