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;CircularSector( <Midpoint>, <Point A>, <Point B> )
;CircularSector[ <Point M>, <Point A>, <Point B> ]:Creates a circular sector with midpoint ''M'' between two points ''A'' and ''B''.
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:Creates a circular sector with midpoint between the two points.
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:*Point ''B'' does not have to lie on the arc of the sector.
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:*The sector area is displayed in ''Algebra View''
:*See also [[Image:Tool Circle_Sector_Center_2Points.gif]] [[Circular Sector with Center between Two Points Tool|Circular Sector with Center between Two Points]] tool.}}
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:* Point ''B'' does not have to lie on the arc of the sector.
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:* See also [[File:Mode circlesector3.svg|link=|24px]] [[Circular Sector Tool|Circular Sector]] tool.}}

Latest revision as of 10:17, 15 January 2020


CircularSector( <Midpoint>, <Point A>, <Point B> )
Creates a circular sector with midpoint between the two points.


Notes:
  • The sector area is displayed in Algebra View
  • Point B does not have to lie on the arc of the sector.
  • See also Mode circlesector3.svg Circular Sector tool.
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