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Construction of angles
Draw a right angle and construct its bisector.
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Mathematics
Construction of angles
The steps of construction of an $\angle AOB={{45}^{\circ }}$ is given in jumbled order below:
1. Place compass on intersection point.
2. Place ruler on start point and where arc intersects perpendicular line.
3. Adjust compass width to reach start point.
4. Construct a perpendicular line.
5. Draw a 45-degree line.
6. Draw an arc that intersects a perpendicular line.
The third step in process is:
(a) 2
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) 5
CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
Draw an angle of measure ${127^o}$ and construct its bisector.
CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
Draw an angle of \[{{50}^{\circ }}\] with the help of a protractor. Draw a ray bisecting this angle.
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Mathematics
Construction of angles
Construct an angle of \[75^\circ \] and bisect it.

CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
Construct an angle of \[75^\circ \] and bisect it.

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Mathematics
Construction of angles
Which diagram below shows a correct mathematical construction using only a compass and a straightedge to bisect an angle?
(a)

(b)

(c)

(d) None of these



CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
How to draw ${{300}^{\circ }}$ in standard position and find one positive and one negative angle that is coterminal to a given angle.

CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
Construct the following angles using set squares: 75 degree

CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
Construct the angle of $105{}^\circ $ only with the help of a ruler and compass.
CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
BC is given. Construct $\angle ABC$, $\angle PBC$ and $\angle QBC$ such that m $\angle ABC = {60^\circ }$, m $\angle PBC = {30^ \circ }$ and m $\angle QBC = {15^\circ }$ with the help of a pair of compass and straight edge. Write the steps of construction.


CBSE
Mathematics
Construction of angles
Draw an angle of measure\[{147^ \circ }\]and construct its bisector.

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