Q: What do you call that metal thing that you put a pencil and connect it together then it helps you draw a perfect circle?

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It's the drawing you have if you began to draw a circle but the pencil point broke before you finished.

-- Stick a nail into a board. -- Tie a piece of thread around a pencil. -- 30 cm from the pencil, stick the thread to the nail. -- Draw a line on the board with the pencil. Keep the thread tight and go all the way around the nail. -- The line is a circle with radius 30 cm.

Compass. Needle point with adjustable gauge and pencil holder.

a pencil

A pencil is usually sharpened to a point.

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You can take a round cup or glass and set it in the middle of the paper and then taking a pencil you can trace the outer edge of the cup. You should have a perfect round circle upon completion.

To draw a perfect circle you will need a drawing compass. To draw a circle you will need a pencil and paper. Starting at the top centre of the paper, place the point of the pencil. Curving around to either the right or the left which ever preferred Guide the pencil all the way around to the starting position making sure that it is symmetrical all the way round. There you have your circle. You may want to use a drawing compass to assist you in drawing a perfect circle. If you do not have a drawing compass you can improvise with a thumb tack and some string. Tie one end of the string to the tack and pin it where you want the centre of your circle to be. Tie the other end to your pencil. Keep the string stretched and move the pencil around the pin to draw a circle. You can change the size of the circle by changing the length of the string.

take a pencil & circle

hexagonal prism, a cone, and i believe circle or cylinder

Get a cup or bottle somethig round orrr... you can stick a hole in the middle with a thumbtack in it with string on the thubtack conected to the pen (or pencil) and go around:)

Loop the string around the thumbtack and the pencil so that the distance from the tack to the pencil point is AB units. Fix the thumbtack to where you want the centre of the circle. Using the pencil, and with the string taut, mark its positions. These will lie on a circle with radius AB.

ruler and pencil

shade the pencil lightly

It's the drawing you have if you began to draw a circle but the pencil point broke before you finished.

There is a hole in the ruler (i.e.) circle just make the circle using that

You draw the dot first!~

Use a coloured pencil