Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on Fig. 2 (a), an angle a be is constructed whose measurement will be the same as that.... Fig. 2 (a), an angle a be is constructed whose measurement will be the same as that of the desired elbow — in this case 90°. From b as a center and with any convenient radius, describe an arc, as shown, that shall intersect ab and bc ; bisect the angle... A Textbook on Sheet-metal Pattern Drafting - Page 1
by International Correspondence Schools - 1901 ## Elements of Plane Geometry

Alan Sanders - Geometry, Plane - 1901 - 247 pages
...PROPOSITION XIV. PROBLEM 94. To bisect a given angle. Let ABC be any angle. Required to bisect it. With B as a center, and with any convenient radius, describe an arc intersecting the sides of the angle at D and E. With D as a center, and with a radius greater than... ## Practical projection ; Development of surfaces ; Practical pattern problems ...

...arcs — sixteen being taken in this problem. Next, in the position shown at Fig. 2 (a), an angle a be is constructed whose measurement will be the same...that portion of the arc included between the lines £</and be into a number of spaces one less than the number of pieces, or sections, required in the... ## Inventional Geometry

Isaac Newton Failor - Geometry - 1904 - 83 pages
...angle. Fio. 110. Solution. Let ABC be a given angle (Fig. 110). We are required to bisect the angle ABC. From B as a center, and with any convenient radius, describe an arc cutting the sides of the angle at D and E. From D and E as centers, and with a radius sufficiently... ## Plane and Solid Geometry

Isaac Newton Failor - Geometry - 1906 - 418 pages
...287 To bisect a given angle. DATA. ABC is a given angle. REQUIRED. To bisect the angle ABC. SOLUTION From B as a center, and with any convenient radius, describe an arc cutting the sides of the angle at D and E. From D and E as centers, and with a radius sufficiently... 