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Get NCERT Solutions of all questions of Chapter 14 Class 6 Practical Geometry. All answers are explained with detailed explanations on how to do the constructions, with step by step explanations and figures.

In this chapter, we will study

- What is
**Practical Geometry**, what do we construct, - The
**tools**used in the construction of the figures - Some
**tips**while drawing constructions - Constructing a
**circle** - Constructing a
**line segment** - Constructing a
**copy of a given line segment** - Drawing
**perpendicular**to a line through a point on it - using compass, and using set-squares - Drawing
**Perpendicular to a line through a point not on it -**using both compass, and set-squares - Drawing
**Perpendicular bisector**of a line segment - Constructing an
**angle using protractor** - Constructing
**Bisector of an angle** - Constructing
**angles using compass** - Constructing a
**copy of a given angle**

Click on a topic in the Concept wise to start learning the concept, with the questions arranged from easy to difficult. Or you can also check the exercises from the NCERT Book.

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Get NCERT Solutions of all questions of Chapter 14 Class 6 Practical Geometry. All answers are explained with detailed explanations on how to do the constructions, with step by step explanations and figures.

In this chapter, we will study

- What is
**Practical Geometry**, what do we construct, - The
**tools**used in the construction of the figures - Some
**tips**while drawing constructions - Constructing a
**circle** - Constructing a
**line segment** - Constructing a
**copy of a given line segment** - Drawing
**perpendicular**to a line through a point on it - using compass, and using set-squares - Drawing
**Perpendicular to a line through a point not on it -**using both compass, and set-squares - Drawing
**Perpendicular bisector**of a line segment - Constructing an
**angle using protractor** - Constructing
**Bisector of an angle** - Constructing
**angles using compass** - Constructing a
**copy of a given angle**

Click on a topic in the Concept wise to start learning the concept, with the questions arranged from easy to difficult. Or you can also check the exercises from the NCERT Book.