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Which construction is shown?
Congruent Segments
Congruent Angles
Perpendicular Bisector
Angle Bisector
Which construction is shown?
Congruent segments
Congruent angles
Perpendicular bisector
Angle bisector
Which construction is shown?
Congruent segments
Congruent angles
Perpendicular bisector
Angle bisector
Which construction is shown?
Congruent segments
Congruent angles
Perpendicular bisector
Angle bisector
What is the result of the construction?
AB is parallel to MN
AB is congruent to MN
M is the midpoint of MN
AB is perpendicular to MN
What is the result of the construction?
UT is parallel to DS
D is the midpoint of SN
∠TUV and ∠SDN are perpendicular
∠TUV ≅ ∠SDN
What is the result of the construction?
∠XYZ ≅ ∠XYM
M is the midpoint of ∠XYZ
∠XYM ≅ ∠ZYM
XY is perpendicular to YZ
What is the result of the construction?
PM ≅ QM
The two lines are parallel.
Each arc is a bisector.
PQ ≅ QM
Put the steps in order to draw a segment congruent to existing segment AB.
Draw a point separate from segment AB and name it C.
Open your compass to the width of AB.
Without changing the width, place the compass point on point C and draw an arc.
Use a straightedge to draw a line between point C and the arc.
Name the intersection of the line and the arc D. CD is the congruent segment.
Put the steps in order to construct the perpendicular bisector of segment AB.
Set the compass point on Point A and open it more than halfway across AB.
Use the existing compass width to draw an arc that goes above and below AB that is centered on A.
Place the compass point on Point B without changing the width, and repeat Step 2 to create another arc that is centered on B.
Name the intersections of the arcs C and D.
Use a straightedge to draw the line through point C and D and label the point of intersection P.
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