Constructing a copy of an angle of unknown measure

# Constructing a copy of an angle of unknown measure

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• Construction of Copy of Angle of Unknown Measure
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In the previous segment, we understood the logic of the construction of a 30° angle. In this segment, we will learn how to create a copy of an angle of an unknown measure.

## How to construct the copy of an angle of unknown measure?

Given an angle ‘A’ of unknown measure, construct its copy. ## Angle A

Step 1: Draw a line using a ruler and mark a point P. ## Step 1

Step 2: Place the pointer of the compass on the vertex of the given angle, that is point A and using the pencil end, draw an arc to cut the rays of the angle at two points. Mark these points as points B and C. ## Related content

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