Draw the circumcircle of Δ PMT in which PM = 5.4, P = 60°, M = 70°. - Geometry Mathematics 2

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Draw the circumcircle of Δ PMT in which PM = 5.4, P = 60°, M = 70°.

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Solution

1. Construct a base PM of length 5.4cm. Draw angles of 60and 70 from points P and M respectively and mark their intersection point as T.

2. Join P-T and M-T.  is the required triangle.
3. Draw perpendicular bisector of PM and MT. Let them intersect at O
4. With centre as O and radius as OM, draw the circumcircle of
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