Posted by **Des** on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 6:00pm.

In the middle of the page, draw an equilateral triangle with 2 inch sides and the bottom parallel to the bottom of the page.

2. From the center of the right side, draw two parallel lines an inch apart and an inch long.

3. Draw a line from the end of one of the parallel lines to the end of the other parallel line.

Which of the following does your image most resemble?

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an arrow pointing up

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an arrow pointing down

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an arrow pointing to the bottom left

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an arrow pointing to the bottom right

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