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How to Draw Regular Polygons

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Published on September 1, 2008

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How to draw regular polygons : How to draw regular polygons by Zoe Williams 31 August 2008 Slide 2: An equilateral triangle Draw a circle with a compass. Slide 3: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. An equilateral triangle Slide 4: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? An equilateral triangle Slide 5: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° An equilateral triangle Slide 6: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? An equilateral triangle Slide 7: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 An equilateral triangle Slide 8: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. An equilateral triangle Slide 9: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. 120° An equilateral triangle Slide 10: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. 120° With a protractor, line up the middle dot and the top dot. An equilateral triangle Slide 11: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. 120° With a protractor, line up the middle dot and the top dot. Mark 120° from the top dot. An equilateral triangle Slide 12: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. 120° With a protractor, line up the middle dot and the top dot. Mark 120° from the top dot. Repeat for the third corner. An equilateral triangle Slide 13: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. 120° With a protractor, line up the middle dot and the top dot. Mark 120° from the top dot. Repeat for the third corner. Connect the three dots on the circle. An equilateral triangle Slide 14: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. 120° With a protractor, line up the middle dot and the top dot. Mark 120° from the top dot. Repeat for the third corner. Connect the three dots on the circle. An equilateral triangle Slide 15: Draw a circle with a compass. Mark the center and top. How many degrees are in a circle? 360° How many corners are in a triangle? 3 Divide 360° by 3. 120° With a protractor, line up the middle dot and the top dot. Mark 120° from the top dot. Repeat for the third corner. Connect the three dots on the circle. An equilateral triangle Slide 16: An equilateral hexagon How do I start??? Slide 17: An equilateral hexagon Can you make a regular: hexagon, square, pentagon, septagon, and octagon??? Slide 18: An equilateral hexagon Can you make a regular: hexagon, square, pentagon, septagon, and octagon??? Slide 19: An equilateral hexagon Can you make a regular: hexagon, square, pentagon, septagon, and octagon??? Slide 20: An equilateral hexagon Can you make a regular: hexagon, square, pentagon, septagon, and octagon??? Slide 21: An equilateral hexagon Can you make a regular: hexagon, square, pentagon, septagon, and octagon??? Slide 22: An equilateral hexagon Can you make a regular: hexagon, square, pentagon, septagon, and octagon???

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