Draw an angle ABC of 60o such that BC = 3 cm, through C draw a line parallel to AB.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 7th Jan, 2015, 02:38: PM
Steps of construction:
1. Draw an angle ABC of 60o.
2. Cut BC = 3 cm.
3. Through C, draw a line parallel to AB by making an angle of 60o on BC, as shown.
4. Hence, CY is parallel to AB.
Answered by | 7th Jan, 2015, 04:38: PM
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