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Friday
Dec092011

Drawing Project 5.2 - Using Relative Polar Coordinate Entry

AutoCAD 2012 Learning Project - RELATIVE POLAR COORDINATE PRACTICE


Objective: Draw an object in AutoCAD by entering the Relative Polar Coordinates for the endpoints of each line.  Demonstate understanding of Relative Polar Coordinate entry in AutoCAD.


Instructions:

  1. Download the drawing instruction sheet and open the PDF file
  2. Watch the video for directions and hints on completing the project
  3. Complete the project on your computer in AutoCAD, practicing the lesson objectives.

In this Project, you will practice using:

  • Relative Polar Coordinates
  • Polar Angles
  • Relative Location Symbol @

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