Q: How do you draw 105 degree angle by using compass?

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first draw a ray .

with compass.........at 90+60degree angle,,,,,,,,, * * * * * and 90 + 60 = 105??? You need to draw a 90 degree ange and bisect it to give a 45 deg angle. Then add a 60 degree angle. 45 + 60 = 105.

Use a protractor.

Draw a point, and a long straight line through it. Put the centre of the compass over the point, with north on the compass (or zero degrees) on the line. Then draw a second line out from the point at 80 degrees on the compass. You'll then have a 80 degree angle between the lines. It's usually a trick that teachers decide to do on their pupils. A compass is what you use to find north and a pair of compasses is used to draw circles.

The process can't reasonably be described with text only and no sketches. It consists of the following two major steps. They're both easy with a compass and a straight-edge: 1). Draw a straight line segment, then construct its perpendicular bisector. 2). Construct the angle bisector of any one of the four right angles formed in step-1.

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first draw a ray .

By bisecting an angle of 30 degrees using a compass and a straight edge

with compass.........at 90+60degree angle,,,,,,,,, * * * * * and 90 + 60 = 105??? You need to draw a 90 degree ange and bisect it to give a 45 deg angle. Then add a 60 degree angle. 45 + 60 = 105.

Construct 2 perpendicular lines which will meet at 90 degrees then by bisecting this angle wll give a 45 degree angle

By using a compass and a protractor and the reflex angle will be 10 degrees less of a full turn which is 360 degrees

Use a protractor.

You use a protractor

It is easy to draw an equilateral triangle without a protractor. That gives a 60 degree angle. It is then simply a matter of bisecting the 60 degree angle, using an unmarked rule and compass, to get a 30 degree angle.

First draw a 90 degree angle .Than draw a 20 degree angle from that 90 degree angle . Than the rest of the angle will be 90-20=70 .Now bisect the 70 degree angle we will get 70/2=35. Now add the rest of the angle means 35+20 =55 GOT 55 DEGREE ANGLE

Yes by bisecting an angle of 140 degrees with a compass

Draw a point, and a long straight line through it. Put the centre of the compass over the point, with north on the compass (or zero degrees) on the line. Then draw a second line out from the point at 80 degrees on the compass. You'll then have a 80 degree angle between the lines. It's usually a trick that teachers decide to do on their pupils. A compass is what you use to find north and a pair of compasses is used to draw circles.

Draw a point, and a long straight line through it. Put the centre of the compass over the point, with north on the compass (or zero degrees) on the line. Then draw a second line out from the point at 80 degrees on the compass. You'll then have a 80 degree angle between the lines. It's usually a trick that teachers decide to do on their pupils. A compass is what you use to find north and a pair of compasses is used to draw circles.