Q: How can one draw a straight line?

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Draw one square, and draw one circle. Find the center in each, and draw one straight line vertically. Then find the middle once more but this time draw a line straight through horizontally. You have four equal parts in each shape.

I looked up and I think you use them to draw graphs but can use them to draw straight lines.

You can draw straight lines with the help of a ruler or anything with a straight edge.

Draw a straight line. Set a compass to the length of the line. Scribe an arc from each end of the line so the arcs intersect. Draw straight lines from each end of the original line to the intersection point

Draw a straight line that bisects the circle and passes through the center.

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Draw one square, and draw one circle. Find the center in each, and draw one straight line vertically. Then find the middle once more but this time draw a line straight through horizontally. You have four equal parts in each shape.

draw a straight line then draw a circle on that line at the top then draw a swirl in the circle

You should draw a line as straight as a rainbow with cheese.

Two methods: Draw a straight line using a straight edge Mark one point on it Set a pair of compasses to 6cm With the point on the mark, draw another mark with the compasses on the line. The line between the two marks is a line segment of 6cm. Using a rule marked in cm draw a straight line between the 0cm and 6cm marks along its edge.

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.

It is impossible to draw a straight line.

Use a string for a straight line.

I looked up and I think you use them to draw graphs but can use them to draw straight lines.

a spiral or a straight line

You can draw straight lines with the help of a ruler or anything with a straight edge.

Draw a line from one dot in the center to the other four dots. Or, draw a straight line. Place dots at either end of the line, and place dots in the center of the line.

You do not need a coordinate plane to draw a polygon. A polygon is simply a plane shape whose boundaries are straight line segments that meet at their ends but do not cross. So draw any number of points and draw straight ines from one to the next, and on to the next, and so on except that you must not cross an existing line and the last line must end at the starting point. And there you have it: your polygon!You do not need a coordinate plane to draw a polygon. A polygon is simply a plane shape whose boundaries are straight line segments that meet at their ends but do not cross. So draw any number of points and draw straight ines from one to the next, and on to the next, and so on except that you must not cross an existing line and the last line must end at the starting point. And there you have it: your polygon!You do not need a coordinate plane to draw a polygon. A polygon is simply a plane shape whose boundaries are straight line segments that meet at their ends but do not cross. So draw any number of points and draw straight ines from one to the next, and on to the next, and so on except that you must not cross an existing line and the last line must end at the starting point. And there you have it: your polygon!You do not need a coordinate plane to draw a polygon. A polygon is simply a plane shape whose boundaries are straight line segments that meet at their ends but do not cross. So draw any number of points and draw straight ines from one to the next, and on to the next, and so on except that you must not cross an existing line and the last line must end at the starting point. And there you have it: your polygon!