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**1. Draw an angle and label it as âˆ BAC. Construct another angle, equal to âˆ BAC.**

**Solution:**

Construct an angle âˆ BAC and draw a ray OP.

Taking A as centre and suitable radius, construct an arc which intersects AB and AC at points X and Y.

Taking O as centre and same radius, construct an arc which intersects the arc OP at the point M.

Now measure XY with the help of compass.

Taking M as centre and XY as radius construct an arc which intersects the arc which is drawn from O and name it as point N.

Now join the points O and N and extend it to the point Q.

Here, âˆ POQ is the required angle.

**2. Draw an obtuse angle. Bisect it. Measure each of the angles so obtained.**

**Solution:**

We know that obtuse angles are those which are greater than 90^{o} and less than 180^{o}.

Construct an obtuse angle âˆ BAC.

Taking A as centre with appropriate radius construct an arc which intersects AB and AC at the points P and Q.

Taking P as centre and radius which is more than half of PQ construct an arc.

Taking Q as centre and same radius construct another arc which intersects the previous arc at the point R.

Now join A and R and extend it to the point X.

So the ray AX is the required bisector of âˆ BAC.

By measuring âˆ BAR and âˆ CAR we get âˆ BAR = âˆ CAR = 65^{o}.

**3. Using your protractor, draw an angle of measure 108 ^{o}. With this angle as given, drawn an angle of 54^{o}.**

**Solution:**

Construct a ray OA.

Using protractor, draw an angle âˆ AOB of 108^{o }where 108/2 = 54^{o}

Hence, 54^{o} is half of 108^{o}.

In order to get angle 54^{o}, we must bisect the angle of 108^{o}.

Taking O as centre and convenient radius, construct an arc which cuts the sides OA and OB at the points P and Q.

Taking P as centre and radius which is more than half of PQ construct an arc.

Taking Q as centre and same radius construct another arc which intersects the previous arc and name it as point R.

Now join the points O and R and extend it to the point X.

Here, âˆ AOX is the required angle of 54^{o}.

**4. Using protractor, draw a right angle. Bisect it to get an angle of measure 45 ^{o}.**

**Solution:**

Construct a ray OA.

Using a protractor construct âˆ AOB of 90^{o}.

Taking O as centre and convenient radius, construct an arc which cuts the sides OA and OB at the points P and Q.

Taking P as centre and radius which is more than half of PQ, construct an arc.

Taking Q as centre and same radius, construct another arc which intersects the previous arc and name it as point R.

Now join the points O and R and extend it to the point X.

Here, âˆ AOX is the required angle of 45^{o} where âˆ AOB = 90^{o} and âˆ AOX = 45^{o}.

**5. Draw a linear pair of angles. Bisect each of the two angles. Verify that the two bisecting rays are perpendicular to each other.**

**Solution:**

We know that the two angles which are adjacent and supplementary are known as linear pair of angles.

Construct a line AB and mark a point O on it.

By constructing an angle âˆ AOC we get another angle âˆ BOC.

Now bisect âˆ AOC using a compass and a ruler and get the ray OX.

In the same way bisect âˆ BOC and get the ray OY.

We know that

âˆ XOY = âˆ XOC + âˆ COY

It can be written as

âˆ XOY = 1/2 âˆ AOC + 1/2 âˆ BOC

So we get

âˆ XOY = 1/2 (âˆ AOC + âˆ BOC)

We know that âˆ AOC and âˆ BOC are supplementary angles

âˆ XOY = 1/2 (180) = 90^{o}

**6. Draw a pair of vertically opposite angles. Bisect each of the two angles. Verify that the bisecting rays are in the same line.**

**Solution:**

Construct two lines AB and CD which intersects each other at the point O

Since vertically opposite angles are equal we get

âˆ BOC = âˆ AOD and âˆ AOC = âˆ BOD

Now bisect angle AOC and construct the bisecting ray as OX.

In the same way, we bisect âˆ BOD and construct bisecting ray OY.

We get

âˆ XOA + âˆ AOD + âˆ DOY = 1/2 âˆ AOC + âˆ AOD + 1/2 âˆ BOD

We know that âˆ AOC = âˆ BOD

âˆ XOA + âˆ AOD + âˆ DOY = 1/2 âˆ BOD + âˆ AOD + 1/2 âˆ BOD

So we get

âˆ XOA + âˆ AOD + âˆ DOY = âˆ AOD + âˆ BOD

AB is a line

We know that âˆ AOD and âˆ BOD are supplementary angles whose sum is equal to 180^{o}.

âˆ XOA + âˆ AOD + âˆ DOY = 180^{o}

The angles on one side of a straight line is always 180^{o} and also the sum of angles is 180^{o}

Here, XY is a straight line where OX and OY are in the same line.

**7. Using ruler and compasses only, draw a right angle.**

**Solution:**

Construct a ray OA.

Taking O as centre and convenient radius construct an arc PQ using a compass intersecting the ray OA at the point Q.

Taking P as centre and same radius construct another arc which intersects the arc PQ at the point R.

Taking R as centre and same radius, construct an arc which cuts the arc PQ at the point C opposite to P.

Using C and R as the centre construct two arcs of radius which is more than half of CR intersecting each other at the point S.

Now join the points O and S and extend it to the point B.

Here, âˆ AOB is the required angle of 90^{o}.

**8. Using ruler and compasses only, draw an angle of measure 135 ^{o}.**

**Solution:**

Construct a line AB and mark a point O on it.

Taking O as centre and convenient radius, construct an arc PQ using a compass which intersects the line AB at the point P and Q.

Taking P as centre and same radius, construct another arc which intersects the arc PQ at the point R.

Taking Q as centre and same radius, construct another arc which intersects the arc PQ at the point S which is opposite to P.

Considering S and R as centres and radius which is more than half of SR, construct two arcs which intersects each other at the point T.

Now join the points O and T which intersects the arc PQ at the point C.

Considering C and Q as centres and radius which is more than half of CQ, construct two arcs which intersects each other at the point D.

Now join the points O and D and extend it to point X to form the ray OX.

Here, âˆ AOX is the required angle of 135^{o}.

**9. Using a protractor, draw an angle of measure 72 ^{o}. With this angle as given, draw angles of measure 36^{o} and 54^{o}.**

**Solution:**

Construct a ray OA.

Using protractor construct âˆ AOB of 72^{o}

Taking O as centre and convenient radius, construct an arc which cut sides OA and OB at the point P and Q.

Taking P and Q as centres and radius which is more than half of PQ, construct two arcs which cuts each other at the point R.

Now join the points O and R and extend it to the point X.

Here, OR intersects the arc PQ at the point C.

Taking C and Q as centres and radius which is more than half of CQ, construct two arcs which cuts each other at point T.

Now join the points O and T and extend it to the point Y.

OX bisects âˆ AOB

It can be written as

âˆ AOX = âˆ BOX = 72/2 = 36^{o}

OY bisects âˆ BOX

It can be written as

âˆ XOY = âˆ BOY = 36/2 = 18^{o}

We know that

âˆ AOY = âˆ AOX + âˆ XOY = 36^{o} + 18^{o} = 54^{o}

Here, âˆ AOX is the required angle of 36^{o} and âˆ AOY is the required angle of 54^{o}.