Map 2: Ayton area
Added by Kadie Armstrong on Feb 6, 2008
An interactive animation demonstrating how to find a point equidistant from two others. Drag the green handle to resize the first circle. The second circle simultaneously resizes. Ask pupils to identify the points that are equidistant from the other two. Use in conjunction with Map 3.
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