proportion of angles 2018

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  1. msbiljanica Registered Senior Member

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    load the attachment
    https://www.geogebra.org/m/KrYWuNEv
    see the description of the construction
    slider - $alpha$ -select the angle
    slider - point P - ruler with a socket, point Q must be line n
     
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  3. Michael 345 30th March coming up - Well behaved Friday Valued Senior Member

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    Much much MUCH more details required

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  5. msbiljanica Registered Senior Member

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    Whether you are from the previous understand how it works proportions of angles, or that you explain step by step?
     
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  9. msbiljanica Registered Senior Member

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    https://www.geogebra.org/m/HQm7WwFk

    on the ruler $AB\infty{_1}\infty{_2}$ , raises divider ADC where AB + AB = AC, ruler sets the angle $\alpha$
    semi-line ruler $B\infty{_1}$ sliding on point E , the point A of ruler slides semi-line l , when point C is on the line n , we get the radius of the circle , we get the angle $\beta$
    we have solved the tricection of any angle

    Look at the construction protocol , or find the error if there is ....
     
  10. msbiljanica Registered Senior Member

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    https://www.geogebra.org/m/CukhmEVy
    straightedge slip on the point B - line i
    divider FIG , slides on straightedge , after slipping point F straighte line BC , point G describes lokus1
    section lokus1 and line k point J , when changing the angle, the point J must be manually set to the intersection
     

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