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    Emerson is completing a construction of an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle as shown below. What should be the next step in his construction?

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    1. slumberousteenager
      • one year ago
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      Construct a line parallel to the line AB that touches the circle at point B. Draw another arc from point A with the same radius as his original circle. Mark the intersection of the arcs and the circle to determine the vertices. Place arcs above and below line AB to show where the triangle sides meet.

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    2. nincompoop
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      you're going to repeat what you did with the arc from point B. so that is to draw an arc from point A ...

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