These activities by Michelle DuToit demonstrate geometric construction using Mathomat V7 using features such as the TGT and Arcbuilder scale.
These printable activities show how to replace compass and straight edge construction using Mathomat. They are based on the Mathomat Builder manual activities and use Professor Chris Tisdell's TGT, the Arcbuilder scale, protractor and perpendicular lines in the Mathomat V7.
Here you will learn the ways a line is marked that will help us indicate the type of line it is which plays an important part in construction.
In this activity you will learn how to use two different tools to draw perpendicular lines - the protractor and the arc builder scale.
Here we use the Arcbuilder scale for constructing arcs. Follow the instructions and learn how to do precision, hands-on, construction work.
In this activity you will learn the geometric construction of a 30° angle using two different tools - the protractor and Arcbuilder.
This activity uses two different tools for geometric construction of a 60° angle without the use of a protractor - the Arcbuilder and TGT.
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Using a series of Mathomat products and templates, learn maths and geometry with Pr. Chris Tisdell.
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