Hello guys, it's a new version of the exercise of geometry.
We hope that it will be more clear.
If you need some helps, make a comments.
**Take a lead pencil and draw the figure described below :**
-Firstly draw an equilateral triangle ABC,
the sides have a length of 10cm.
-Draw the height of [AB].
Extend the height, it must be a line.
The instersection of the height and [AB)is H.
The height is also called (HC).
-Then do all the bisectors of the triangle.
-Draw a circle which has as
center the intersection of the bisectors.
The circle is called *F*, with a radius of 2cm.
-After, draw another circle, F*'*,
with C as center and for radius [HC].
-F*'* cut (HC) to the point N.
-Now draw a new circle F*''*
with the same diameter that F and with N as center.
-Finally you must erase the bisectors and F*'*.
**You have finish. **
**Congratulate.**
**Question bonus :** Now try to find what this figure represent.
An indication, we are 37 hours in.
**Good luck!=D**

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