Difference between revisions of "Circular Sector Tool"

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

Revision as of 20:41, 16 November 2009

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