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DRAW LOCUS OF POINT SO THAT IT IS EQUIDISTANT FROM BC & CA . ... constructed such that none of these triangles overlaps triangle ABC. a) Draw a triangle ABC and then sketch ... 16) AB = 3.2cm BC = 8.4cm The area of the triangle ABC is 10cm². ... CONSTRUCT ANGLE ABC WHERE AB=AC=10cm AND BC=9cm

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  1. if BC and CA are lines, then the locus of points equidistant from both lines is the bisector of the angle between them.

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