Q: How do you draw a semi cardinal point?

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To draw an adjacent angle you should draw an angle and inside that angle draw a semi-line. Make sure that both angles are not equal.

The fixed point that is located in the center of a circle and is used as the guiding point to draw it is called the "point of origin".

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It will point to the west.

Draw a line from the center of the circle to the edge. Where this line intersects the edge draw a line 90 degrees to it. This line is the tangent at the point of intersection.

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To draw an adjacent angle you should draw an angle and inside that angle draw a semi-line. Make sure that both angles are not equal.

The "cardinal points" of a compass are north, south, east and west. In between these are the "semi-cardinal" points,, NE, NW, SE, and SW.

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The first sub-cardinal points are; North East South East South West North west Each has a 45 degree separation from the two adjacent cardinal points and a 90 degree separation from each adjacent sub-cardinal point

The fixed point that is located in the center of a circle and is used as the guiding point to draw it is called the "point of origin".

To make perpendicular lines, draw a horizontal line. Then using a compass or tracing around the edge of a curved object, draw one circle ( or just a semi-circle) so that it crosses the horizontal straight line in at least one point. Now rotate the compass or move the curved object to draw another circle (or semi-circle). This second circle (or semi-circle) must cross through the horizontal straight line as the first one did. It also must cross through the first circle (or semi-circle) at two points- above the horizontal straight line and below the horizontal straight line. Next, draw a straight line from where the two circles (or semi-circles) meet above the horizontal straight line through to where they meet below the horizontal straight line. You now have a line perpendicular to the first line.

just draw a rectangel with a point at the end or the top