# Ex 14.1, 5 - Chapter 14 Class 6 Practical Geometry

Last updated at Sept. 28, 2018 by Teachoo

Last updated at Sept. 28, 2018 by Teachoo

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Ex 14.1, 5 Let A, B be the centres of two circles of equal radii; draw them so that each one of them passes through the centre of the other. Let them intersect at C and D. Examine whether (π΄π΅) Μ " and " (πΆπ·) Μ " are at right angles." Letβs draw rough figure first Let us first draw left circle of radius 2.5 cm and center A We follow these steps 1. Mark point A as center 2. Since radius is 2.5 cm, we measure 2.5 cm using ruler and compass 3. Now keeping compass opened the same length. We keep pointed end at the center A, and draw a circle using the pencil end of the compass. So, this is the left circle with center A. Let AB be the radius. Now, drawing circle of same radius with center B 4. Now keeping compass opened the same length. We keep pointed end at the center B, and draw a circle using the pencil end of the compass. So, this is the right circle with center B. Let them intersect at points C & D Joining C & D Let X be point of intersection of AB & CD On measuring the angles, β AXC = β BXC = 90Β° β AXD = β BXD = 90Β° So, line segments (π΄π΅) Μ & (πΆπ·) Μ intersect at right angles

Construction of a circle when its radius is known

Chapter 14 Class 6 Practical Geometry

Concept wise

- Basics
- Construction of a circle when its radius is known
- Construction of a line segment of a given length
- Constructing a copy of a given line segment
- Perpendicular to a line through a point on it
- Perpendicular to a line through a point not on it
- Perpendicular bisector of a line segment
- Constructing an angle using protractor
- Bisector of an angle
- Constructing angles using compass
- Constructing a copy of a given angle

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