# Copying an Angle

- Author:
- Matthew Rodriguez, wesneskia

## Question 1

Copy Angle ABC onto Line EG using the following steps:
1. Label the vertex of the original angle as B (completed).
2. Draw Ray EG as one side of the new angle to be drawn (completed).
3. Draw circle B with Center B and any radius.
4. Label the intersections of Circle B with the sides of the angle as D and F.
5. Draw Circle E with Center E and Radius BD (use compass tool).
6. Label the intersection of Circle E with Ray EG as H.
7. Draw Circle H with Center H and Radius DF (use compass tool).
8. Label either intersection of Circle E and Circle H as I.
9. Draw Ray EI.

## HINT: Use the "Compass" tool

## Question 2

Copy Angle ABC onto Line EG using the following steps:
1. Label the vertex of the original angle as B (completed).
2. Draw Ray EG as one side of the new angle to be drawn (completed).
3. Draw circle B with Center B and any radius.
4. Label the intersections of Circle B with the sides of the angle as D and F.
5. Draw Circle E with Center E and Radius BD (use compass tool).
6. Label the intersection of Circle E with Ray EG as H.
7. Draw Circle H with Center H and Radius DF (use compass tool).
8. Label either intersection of Circle E and Circle H as I.
9. Draw Ray EI.