Help your students prepare for their Maths GCSE with this free construction worksheet of 20 questions and answers
Constructions are the accurate drawing of lines, angles and shapes using a ruler, protractor and compass. Some of the common constructions that we need to know are angle bisectors, perpendicular bisectors of line segments and perpendiculars at/to a point. We also need to be able to construct a triangle given any of the information ASA (angle side angle), SAS, or SSS – this could include an equilateral triangle.
There are specific methods for each type of construction and it is important that the construction lines are left visible when constructions are performed so that the method is clear. Constructions are useful for creating accurate drawings as well as when working with loci.
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