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## ML Aggarwal Practical Geometry Check Your Progress Class 6 ICSE Maths Solutions

Board | ICSE |

Publications | Avichal Publishig Company (APC) |

Subject | Maths |

Class | 6th |

Chapter-13 | Practical Geometry |

Writer | ML Aggarwal |

Book Name | Understanding |

Topics | Solution of Check Your Progress Questions |

Edition | 2023-2024 |

**Practical Geometry Check Your Progress **

**ML Aggarwal Class 6 ICSE Maths Solutions**

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**Question 1. Draw a line segment AB = 5.4 cm. Construct a perpendicular at A by using ruler and compass.**

**Answer:**

**Steps of construction:**

- Draw AB = 5.4 cm.
- With any radius draw an arc which cuts AB at M.
- With M as centre and the same radius

cut the previous arc at N and P. - With N and P as centres draw arcs which intersect at L.

Join AL. - AL is required perpendicular.

**Question 2. Draw a line segment PQ = 6.8 cm. Draw a perpendicular to it from a point A outside PQ by using ruler and compass.**

**Answer:**

**Steps of construction:**

- Draw a line segment PQ = 6.8 cm

and take a point A outside PQ. - With A as centre and any suitable radius,

draw an arc to cut line PQ at point C and D. - With C and D as centres,

draw two arcs of equal radius cutting each other

at B on the other side of line PQ. - Join AB to meet the line PQ at M.

**Question 3. Draw a line segment of length 6.5 cm and construct its axis of symmetry.**

**Answer:**

**Steps of construction:**

- Draw a line segment AB of length 6.5 cm.
- With A as centre, using a compass, draw a circle.

The radius of this circle should be more than half of the length of AB. - With the same radius and with B as centre,

draw another circle using a compass.

Let it cut the previous circle at C and D. - Join CD. Then, CD is the axis of symmetry of AB.

**Question 4. Draw ∠AOB = 76° with help of a protractor. Bisect this angle by using ruler and compass. Measure the two parts by your protractor and see how accurate you are.**

**Answer:**

**Steps of construction:**

1. Draw a line segment OB.

2. Construct ∠AOB with the help of protector = 76°.

3. With the help of compass and O as centre draw an arc meeting OB and OA at P and Q respectively.

4. With P and Q as centre and radius more than 1/2 PQ draw two arcs meeting each other at R.

5. OD is the bisector of ∠AOB.

On measuring ∠AOD = ∠DOB = 38°.

**Question 5. By using and compass, construct an angle of 135° and bisect it. Measure any one part by protractor and see how accurate you are.**

**Answer:**

**Steps of construction:**

- Draw a line OB with help of ruler.
- With O as a centre and any suitable radius

draw an arc to meet OB at S. - With S as a centre and same radius

draw an arc to meet the previous arc at L.

With L as centre and same radius draw another arc M.

Again M as centre draws another arc to meet the first arc at N. - With M and N as centres draw two arcs of

equal radius (> 1/2 SL) cutting each other at A. - Join OA intersecting the radius at point Q.
- Now taking Q and M as a centres

draw two arcs of equal radius cutting each other at P. - Join PO.
- Measuring the ∠POB with protractor we get ∠POB equal to 135°.
- Taking S and R as a centres draw two arcs cutting each other at T.

Join TO. - ∠TOB is the bisector of ∠POB. ∠TOB = ∠TOP = 67.5°.

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