Difference between revisions of "Circular Arc Tool"

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: First, select the center point ''M'' of the circular arc. Then, select the starting point ''A'' of the arc, before you select a point ''B'' that specifies the length of the arc (also see command [[CircularArc Command|Command]]).  
 
: First, select the center point ''M'' of the circular arc. Then, select the starting point ''A'' of the arc, before you select a point ''B'' that specifies the length of the arc (also see command [[CircularArc Command|Command]]).  
 
: Note: While point ''A'' always lies on the circular arc, point ''B'' does not have to lie on it.
 
: Note: While point ''A'' always lies on the circular arc, point ''B'' does not have to lie on it.

Revision as of 20:32, 16 November 2009

This article is about a GeoGebra tool. You can find a list of all tools on this page. If you are searching help how to use tools in general you should read the manual page about tools.

First, select the center point M of the circular arc. Then, select the starting point A of the arc, before you select a point B that specifies the length of the arc (also see command Command).
Note: While point A always lies on the circular arc, point B does not have to lie on it.
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