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    proportion of angles 2018

    load the attachment
    https://www.geogebra.org/m/KrYWuNEv
    see the description of the construction
    slider - $ alpha $ -select the angle
    slider - point P - ruler with a socket, point Q must be line n
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    Re: proportion of angles 2018

    I don't want to click the link. Is this spam? Are you just advertising Geogebra?
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    Re: proportion of angles 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by SlipEternal View Post
    I don't want to click the link. Is this spam? Are you just advertising Geogebra?
    I have this poster ignored. I can't remember why but I don't ignore people often so it's likely that it's not a legit post.
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    Re: proportion of angles 2018

    Whether you are from the previous understand how it works proportions of angles, or that you explain step by step?
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    Re: proportion of angles 2018

    Attachments
    https://www.geogebra.org/m/HQm7WwFk

    on the ruler $AB\infty{_1}\infty{_2}$ , raises divider ADC where AB + AB = AC, ruler sets the angle $\alpha$
    semi-line ruler $B\infty{_1}$ sliding on point E , the point A of ruler slides semi-line l , when point C is on the line n , we get the radius of the circle , we get the angle $\beta$
    we have solved the tricection of any angle

    Look at the construction protocol , or find the error if there is ....
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    Re: proportion of angles 2018

    https://www.geogebra.org/m/CukhmEVy

    straightedge slip on the point B - line i

    divider FIG , slides on straightedge , after slipping point F straighte line BC , point G describes lokus1

    section lokus1 and line k point J , when changing the angle, the point J must be manually set to the intersection
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    Re: proportion of angles 2018

    Sorry but after reviewing your posts (in this thread and others) you seem to be throwing down a gauntlet and trying to force us to find an error in your proofs with the confidence that such errors are impossible. ie. You are trying to get us to confirm your ideas instead of asking us questions. Even posting these comments in the Peer Review forum does not redeem you and repeated comments that your work is wrong doesn't seem to impress you.

    Consider this fair warning. If you continue in this vein you will be banned.

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