Contents

- 1 What does geometric construction mean?
- 2 What is the purpose of geometric constructions?
- 3 How does a geometric construction differ from a drawing?
- 4 What are the four basic constructions?
- 5 How do you do geometric construction?
- 6 How is maths used in construction?
- 7 How are geometric constructions used in the real world?
- 8 What geometry means?
- 9 What is the first step in constructing a regular hexagon?
- 10 What is difference between draw and construct?
- 11 Which tool should not be used to complete geometric constructions?
- 12 What does construction mean?
- 13 How is construction used in real life?
- 14 What are the 3 types of geometry?
- 15 Does a point have a size?

## What does geometric construction mean?

: **construction** employing only straightedge and compasses or effected by drawing only straight lines and circles â€”opposed to mechanical **construction**.

## What is the purpose of geometric constructions?

**Geometric construction** allows you to construct lines, angles, and polygons with the simplest of tools. You will need paper, a sharpened pencil, a straightedge to control your lines (to make a straight edge), and a drawing compass to swing arcs and scribe circles.

## How does a geometric construction differ from a drawing?

The difference between **constructing** and **drawing geometric** figures **is** that when **constructing** a **geometric** figure, you use compass, protractor, ruler, or any scale with accurate measurement while when **drawing geometric** figures, you just **draw** with free-hand.

## What are the four basic constructions?

Basic Constructions: **Angle** Bisector, Perpendicular, Videos and Examples.

## How do you do geometric construction?

**Learn these two first, they are used a lot:**

- Line Segment Bisector and Right Angle. Angle Bisector.
- Inscribe a Circle in a Triangle. Circumscribe a Circle on a Triangle.
- Tangents to Point Outside Circle. Tangent to Point on Circle.

## How is maths used in construction?

In the modern world, builders **use math** every day to do their work. **Construction** workers add, subtract, divide, multiply, and work with fractions. They measure the area, volume, length, and width.

## How are geometric constructions used in the real world?

Applications of **geometry** in the **real world** include computer-aided design for **construction** blueprints, the design of assembly systems in manufacturing, nanotechnology, computer graphics, visual graphs, video game programming and virtual reality creation.

## What geometry means?

**Geometry** is a branch of mathematics that studies the sizes, shapes, positions angles and dimensions of things. Flat shapes like squares, circles, and triangles are a part of flat **geometry** and are called 2D shapes. These shapes have only 2 dimensions, the length and the width.

## What is the first step in constructing a regular hexagon?

Explanation of method

As can be seen in Definition of a Hexagon, each side of a regular hexagon is equal to the distance from the center to any vertex. This construction simply sets the compass width to that radius, and then steps that length off around the circle to create the **six** vertices of the hexagon.

## What is difference between draw and construct?

As verbs the **difference between draw and construct**

is that **draw** is to **sketch**; depict with lines; to produce a picture with pencil, crayon, chalk, etc on paper, cardboard, etc while **construct** is to build or form (something) by assembling parts.

## Which tool should not be used to complete geometric constructions?

The pencil is the major drawing **tool** during the **construction** while the pair of compass and straightedge are **used** to construct arcs/circles and straight lines respectively. Note that, a PROTRACTOR is **not** needed in a **geometric construction** because length or angle measurements are prohibited.

## What does construction mean?

The creation or building of something is **construction**. The word **construction** has its roots in the Latin word construere, which itself has roots in com-, **meaning** “together,” and struere **meaning** “to pile up.” In addition to the building of property, the noun **construction** also refers to the building trade itself.

## How is construction used in real life?

From sketching to calculating distances, they **use** geometry to accomplish their job. In addition, professions such as medicine benefit from geometric imaging. Technologies such as CT scans and MRIs are **used** both for diagnosis and surgical aids. Such methods enable doctors to do their job better, safer, and simpler.

## What are the 3 types of geometry?

There are **three** basic **types of geometry**: Euclidean, hyperbolic and elliptical.

## Does a point have a size?

In modern mathematics, a **point** refers usually to an element of some set called a space. That is, a **point** is defined only by some properties, called axioms, that it must satisfy. In particular, the geometric **points do** not **have** any **length**, area, volume or any other dimensional attribute.