Because this skill of SEEING a drawing will be vital to your success, we are going to work on it A LOT! Here are two good student examples that we will examine. One possible solution by Miss Kim (with both pictures and words) is on the back. A A A A 27° B D B B B • First make a circle as point B as the center and point A as the radius. • Draw a straight line from A to B then make a line from B to the end of the circle and call it C. • Draw a 90° angle from B that touches the edge of the circle and call it E. • Make a 27° angle at point A and call that point D. Name: ___________________ Quiz 1 Problem 3 Exploration E C • First, with a straightedge I would connect A and B. • Then I would use the distance of B and A as the radius and draw a circle with a protractor. • Then I would make a 27° triangle with my protractor and make AD and BC. • Then I would make a right triangle ( ABE) by using AB and connect it to the edge of the circle.
Start with only Point A and Point B 1. Connect point A and Point B 2. Draw a circle with radius AB and center at Point B A A A B B B 3. Extend AB to the other side of the circle to make a diameter; mark radii as congruent 4. Draw and label point C such that the diameter is AC 5. Use the protractor to draw a radius 90° clockwise from BC A A A B B B C C 6. Label point E such that the new radius is BE. 7. Use a protractor with Point A as the vertex to draw a chord 27° from AB so that it is NOT between Point E and Point C. 8. Label Point D such that the chord is AD. A A A 27° 27° B D B B E E E C C C