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: Selecting three points ''A'', ''B'', and ''C'' creates a circular sector through these points. Thereby, point ''A'' is the starting point of the sector’s arc, point ''B'' lies on the arc, and point ''C'' is the endpoint of the sector’s arc (also see command [[CircumcircularSector Command|CircumcircularSector]]).
 
: Selecting three points ''A'', ''B'', and ''C'' creates a circular sector through these points. Thereby, point ''A'' is the starting point of the sector’s arc, point ''B'' lies on the arc, and point ''C'' is the endpoint of the sector’s arc (also see command [[CircumcircularSector Command|CircumcircularSector]]).

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Selecting three points A, B, and C creates a circular sector through these points. Thereby, point A is the starting point of the sector’s arc, point B lies on the arc, and point C is the endpoint of the sector’s arc (also see command CircumcircularSector).
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