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Old 03-05-2008, 01:00 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Too late probably, but the chord of each segment of a circle divided in three is radius * (3)^1/2. Then, take that value and find it on your ruler. Draw a dot on the circle, put the 0 mark of the ruler on the dot, and swing the ruler until the value touches the circle. Mark that point and repeat the process on the new dot until all three points are drawn. Draw lines from the center to each point and bam, done.

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