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# Using a protractor, draw each of the following angles.-310°

The given angle is negative

Adding or subtracting 360° from a particular angle does’nt changes its position.

Therefore, Angle can also be written as=-310° + 360° = 50°

• Draw a straight line AB.

• Place a dot at B. This dot represents the vertex of the angle.

• Place the centre of the protractor at B and the baseline of the protractor along the arm BA.

• Find 50° on the scale and mark a small dot at the edge of the protractor.

• Join the vertex B to the small dot with a ruler to form the second arm, BC, of the angle.

• Mark the angle with a small arc as shown below.

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