# Difference between revisions of "CircularSector Command"

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− | ; CircularSector[Point M, Point A, Point B]: Creates a circular sector with midpoint ''M'' between two points ''A'' and ''B''. | + | ;CircularSector[ <Point M>, <Point A>, <Point B> ]:Creates a circular sector with midpoint ''M'' between two points ''A'' and ''B''. |

− | : {{ | + | :{{Notes|1=<br> |

− | + | :*Point ''B'' does not have to lie on the arc of the sector.<br><hr> | |

− | + | :*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.}} |

## Revision as of 22:54, 21 November 2012

- CircularSector[ <Point M>, <Point A>, <Point B> ]
- Creates a circular sector with midpoint
*M*between two points*A*and*B*. **Notes:**

- Point
*B*does not have to lie on the arc of the sector. - See also Circular Sector with Center between Two Points tool.

- Point