Draw an angle of 50 using a protractor. Extend one of its arms to obtain its supplementary angle
. Copy this supplementary angle using a ruler and compass.


Draw a circle of radius 5 cm and divide it into six equal sectors.

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Please find below the solution to the asked query:

We follow these steps :

Step 1 :  We draw BAC  =  50° .

Step 2 : Now we extend line BA to D and gets supplementary angle DAC  =  130° .

Step 3 :  Take any radius ( More than half of AD )  and center A draw an arc that intersect line AD at " E " and AC at " F " .



Step 4 : Draw another line PQ .

Step 5 : Take same radius ( As in step 3 ) and take center " Q " draw an arc that intersect line PQ at " G " .

Step 6 :  Take radius ( Same as length of EF ) and center " G "  draw an arc that intersect pervious arc at " H " . 

Step 7 : join line QH and extend to R , So we get PQR =  130°



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