Point d is the center of the inscribed circle of a abc. which step can you use to draw the inscribed circle of a abc?
a. draw arcs of equal lengths intersecting ab, bc, and ac in two points each.
b. draw the perpendicular bisectors of ab. bc. and ac that pass through point d.
c label a point eon ab and draw a line joining ewith d.
d. draw a line through d that is perpendicular to one of the sides, ab bc, or ac
draw one arc each on ab and bc, and find their point of intersection,
B. draw a perpendicular bisectors of AB,BC and AC that pass through point D.
the steps involves in constructing an inscribed circle includes:
a. construct a angle bisector of each angle (<ABC, <BAC, <ACB)of the triangle to locate the center. this is equally the same as using a perpendicular bisectors for each sides of the triangle.
the three sides perpendicular will meet at a point called point D, this point is the incenter, which is the center if the inscribed circle,
then, a compass can be use to draw the circle from the point D across the three sides of triangle (at the perpendicular).
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