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Draw A Circle Of Radius 3.5 Cm And Then Draw A Tangent To This Circle Making Angle Of 45 Degree
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Construct A Tangent To A Circle Of Radius 3 Cm From A Point On The Concentric Circle
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Construct A Pair Of Tangents To A Circle Whose Radius Is 6.5 Cm Are Inclined To Each
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Draw A Circle Of Radius 3.2 Cm And Take A Point P Outside It
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Draw A Circle Of Radius 3 Cm. Without Using The Centre Of Circle Draw A Tangent To The Circle
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Draw A Right Angled Triangle, In Which Sides (other Than Hypotenuse) Are Of Lengths 8
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Construct A Triangle ABC In Which BC = 6 Cm, AB = 5 Cm And Triangle ABC = 60 Degree
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Draw A Triangle ABC With Side BC = 7 Cm, Angle B = 45 Degree And Angle A =105 Degree
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Construct A Triangle ABC, In Which AB = 6 Cm, Angle B = 60 Degree
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Draw A Line Segment Of Length 7.7 Cm And Divide It In The Ratio 3:4
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Draw A Circle With The Help Of A Bangle. Take A Point Outside Circle. Construct The Pair
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Let ABC Be A Right Angled Triangle, In Which AB = 6 Cm, BC = 8 Cm And Angle B = 90 Degree
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Draw A Line Segment AB Of Length 8 Cm. Taking A As Centre, Draw A Circle Of Radius 4 Cm
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Draw A Circle Of Radius 5 Cm. Construct A Pair Of Tangents On It, So That They Are Inclined
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Construct A Tangent To A Circle Of Radius 4 Cm From A Point On The Concentric Circle
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Draw A Right Angled Triangle, In Which The Sides (other Than Hypotenuse) Are Of Lengths
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Draw A Triangle ABC With Sides BC = 7 Cm, Angle B = 45 Degree And Angle A = 105 Degree
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