geometry

When constructing parallel and perpendicular lines, how are the steps similar?

Intersecting arcs are created and connected.*

A protractor and ruler are used to take accurate measurements.

Four right angles are created.

There are no similarities

When constructing inscribed polygons and perpendicular lines, how are the steps similar?

Four right angles are created.*

A protractor and ruler are used to take accurate measurements.

Intersecting arcs are created and connected.

There are no similarities.

Which step is included in the construction of parallel lines?

Connect two arcs with a compass.

Create arcs above the given line with a straightedge.

Copy an angle by creating arcs with a compass.*

Connect the parallel lines with a straightedge.

When constructing an inscribed polygon with a compass and straightedge, how should you start the construction?

Use a protractor to measure the original circle into four equal parts.

Use a ruler to find the length of the diameter and then make an arc above it.

Open the compass to the width of the circle and use that as a guide.

Place a point on your paper and then use a compass to construct a circle.*

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