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Suggested Exercises 17 – Lecture 19
When turning in this assignment, this sheet must be stapled to the front with all
ORGANIZED scratch work
behind it.
Please write your final answers on this sheet in the answer block provided and circle your final answers on your scratch
work copy. Scratch work should be appropriately spaced apart and numbered.
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Ancient Geometers knew that the tangent lines of a circle would always make a right angle with any radial line, a line
intersect the center of a circle. In the following exercises…
1)
Draw a straight line from the center of the circle to the indicated point.
2)
Draw the tangent line to the indicated point by drawing a line intersecting the point and making a right angle
with the line from step 1
3)
Experience “going on a tangent” by picking a location on the opposite side of circle from the indicated point, use
a highlighter to trace around the circle until you hit the indicated point and then trace the tangent line from step
2.
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 Fall '08
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 Vector Space, Euclidean geometry, Line segment

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