03.geometry

03.geometry - Engineering Geometry Points A point...

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Engineering Geometry
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Points A point represents a location in space or on a drawing. It has no width, height or depth.
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Lines A straight line is the shortest distance between two points. Parallel lines Intersecting lines Perpendicular lines
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Polygons A polygon is any plane figure bounded by straight lines. A Pentagon
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Regular Polygons Regular polygons have equal angles and equal sides. They are often created and described by inscribing them in a circle, or circumscribing them about a circle. Hex head bolts are a typical example
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Quadrilaterals
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Circles Circumference equals pi times the diameter C =  d A circle is a closed curve, all points of which are equally distant from the center.
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Solids
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Regular Solids
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Prisms
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Cylinders
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Cones
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Draw a Parallel Line
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Divide a Line into Equal Parts
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Bisect a Line
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Locate Tangent Points
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Draw a Circle through Three Points
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Locate the Center of a Circle
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Objective: construct circles with radius R and tangent to a given line. Solution: all centers will be on a
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