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21: To inscribe a regular hexagon in a given circle
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Given: Circle O (Fig. 15-31) To construct: A regular hexagon inscribed in circle O Construction: Draw diameter AD and, using A and D as centers, construct four arcs having the same radius as circle O and intersecting the circle. Construct the required regular hexagon by joining consecutive points in which these arcs intersect the circle.
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Given: Circle O (Fig. 15-32) To construct: An equilateral triangle inscribed in circle O Construction: Inscribed equilateral triangles are obtained by joining alternately the six points of division obtained in construction 21.
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15.8 Constructing Similar Triangles
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23: To construct a triangle similar to a given triangle on a given line segment as base
Given: ^ABC and line segment ArCr (Fig. 15-33) To construct: ^A B C , ^ABC on ArCr as base Construction: On ArCr construct jA jA and jC jC using construction 2. Extend the other sides until they meet, at B. (If two angles of one triangle are congruent to two angles of another triangle, the triangles are similar.)
Fig. 15-33
SOLVED PROBLEM
15.10 Constructing similar triangles Construct a triangle similar to triangle ABC in Fig. 15-34, with a base twice as long as the base of the given triangle.
Fig. 15-34
Fig. 15-35
Solution
Construct ArCr twice as long as AC, and then use construction 23. Alternative method (Fig. 15-35): Extend two sides of ^ABC to twice their lengths and join the endpoints.
CHAPTER 15 Constructions
SUPPLEMENTARY PROBLEMS
a 15.1. Given line segments with lengths a and b as follows: equals (a) a b; (b) a b; (c) 2a b; (d) a 3b; (e) 2(a a 15.2. Given line segments with lengths a, b, and c: length equals (a) a b c; (b) a c b; (c) a 2(b b . Construct a line segment whose length b); (f) 2(3b a). (15.1) c 2(a . Construct a line segment whose c); (e) 3(b c a). (15.1) B; (b) A B; (15.2)
b c); (d) b
15.3. Given angles with measures A and B (Fig. 15-36). Construct an angle with measure (a) A (c) 2B A; (d) 2A B; (e) 2(A B).
Fig. 15-36
Fig. 15-37
15.4. Given angles with measures A, B, and C (Fig. 15-37). Construct an angle with measure (a) A (c) 2C; (d) B C; (e) 2(A B).
C; (b) B
C A; (15.2)
15.5. In a right triangle, construct (a) the bisector of the right angle; (b) the perpendicular bisector of the hypotenuse; (c) the median to the hypotenuse. (15.3) 15.6. For each kind of triangle (acute, right, and obtuse), show that the following sets of rays and segments are concurrent, that is, they intersect in one point: (a) the angle bisectors; (b) the medians; (c) the altitudes; (d) the perpendicular bisectors. (15.3) 15.7. Given ^ABC in Fig. 15-38, construct (a) the supplement of jA; (b) the complement of jB; (c) the complement of 1/ C. (15.4) 2
Fig. 15.38
15.8. Construct an angle with measure equal to (a) 221 ; (b) 671 ; (c) 1121 . 2 2 2
(15.4)
15.9. Given an acute angle, construct (a) its supplement; (b) its complement; (c) half its supplement; (d) half its complement. (15.4) 15.10. By actual construction, illustrate that the difference between the measures of the supplement and complement of an acute angle equals 90 . (15.4) 15.11. Construct a right triangle given its (a) legs; (b) hypotenuse and a leg; (c) leg and an acute angle adjacent to the leg; (d) leg and an acute angle opposite the leg; (e) hypotenuse and an acute angle. (15.5) 15.12. Construct an isosceles triangle given (a) an arm and a vertex angle; (b) an arm and a base angle; (c) an arm and the altitude to the base; (d) the base and the altitude to the base. (15.5) 15.13. Construct an isosceles right triangle given (a) a leg; (b) the hypotenuse; (c) the altitude to the hypotenuse. (15.5)
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