CAD Exercise 7 (ID:24643)

While this diagram may appear simple, aligning an isosceles triangle with a top angle of 75 degrees to the bottom line of length 100 is not a straightforward task. This instructional video demonstrates the process step by step.


  1. Draw lines with lengths of 30, 80, and 30 respectively
  2. Use the Point divide command to divide the line into three equal parts
  3. Connect nodes with line
  4. Draw a line of any length, copy and rotate it as 75 degrees
  5. Use “align” to specify the source point and definition point to align the selected object.
    (Enter Y to scale to selected objects)
  6. Add annotations
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