Chapter 8 Transformations and Constructions

# 8.8 Loci

A locus is the set of all points that obey a certain rule. Often a locus is a continuous path. A circle is the locus of a point that that moves so that it is always a fixed distance from a fixed point. In this section, we learn about Introduction to circle, locus.

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A locus is the set of all points that obey a certain rule. Often a locus is a continuous path. A circle is the locus of a point that that moves so that it is always a fixed distance from a fixed point. In this section, we learn about Introduction to circle, locus.

Drawing a locus. Using loci to solve problems.

Loci - Introduction to circle, locus.