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Use graph paper for this question Take 2 cm = 1 unit on both axis.
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Ruler and compasses only may be used in this question.
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Given ∠BAC (Fig.), determine the locus of a point which lies in the interior of ∠BAC and equidistant from two lines AB and AC.
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Ruler and compass only may be used in this question.
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Class X Maths
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Use ruler and compasses only for the following questions:
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Use ruler and compasses only for this question.
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locus and construction
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Given : ∠BAC, a line intersects the arms of ∠BAC in P and Q.
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In Fig. AB = AC. BD and CE are the bisectors of ∠ABC and ∠ACB respectively such that BD and CE intersect each other at O.
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locus and construction
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Without using set squares or protractor.
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Class X Maths
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locus and construction
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How will you find a point equidistant from three given points A, B, C which are not in the same straight line?
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Draw two intersecting lines to include an angle of 30°.
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locus and construction
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Use ruler and compasses only for this question.
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Class X Maths
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muskan15
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locus and construction
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Without using set squares or protractor construct:
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locus and construction
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ΔPBC, ΔQBC and ΔRBC are three isosceles triangles on the same base BC.
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ΔPBC and ΔQBC are two isosceles triangles on the same base BC but on the opposite sides of line BC.
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locus and construction
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Using only a ruler and compass construct ∠ABC = 120 ̊ , where AB = BC = 5 cm.
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locus and construction
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Using ruler and compasses construct:
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Class X Maths
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locus and construction
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Find the locus of points which are equidistant from three non-collinear points.
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locus and construction
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What is the locus of points which are equidistant from the given non-collinear point A, B and C ?
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locus and construction
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Using a ruler and compass only :
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