Hello my dear friends! Today we have a short, but useful video. I’m going to tell you how to trace, draw or make an ideal circle without compasses or any special tools. I think that this idea will be useful at school, university, or even work. Today we need just a felt pen, a marker, a pen, or a pencil and a sheet of paper. Firstly, try to draw a circle with bigger diameter. Of course, it will be difficult to draw an ideal circle without compasses. Today, I’ll show you how to make it in handwriting without any special tools. First of all, you need to find the navicular bone, it’s situated near the bend of hand, it should be a bit bulged. Put the bone on the sheet of paper, when you have put it, you should lean upon it, and not put the rest of your hand, or the whole arm on the sheet. You should lean only upon the bone. Next, you should fix a marker or a pencil in one state, and try not to move it any more. Put it down and start to spin it around.
Actually, we got such an ideal circle. In order to draw a circle of smaller diameter you should put the pen next to a middle finger, approximately in such way. And spin the pen around the finger as well.
So we get an ideal circle. In the same way you may try to draw a circle around a little finger. Put a little finger on the sheet of paper, fix a felt pen in a stable state, and begin to spin it around. So we got an ideal circle again. You can spin a pen around this bone on the little finger bend too.
Lean onto the bone, and we get an ideal circle again. I think that this idea will be interesting for students and schoolchildren as the can do different kinds of diagrams with percentage, the same thing at work, you can draw an ideal circle even if you haven’t got compasses at hand. That’s all for now. I hope you liked this idea. Don’t forget to like the video, subscribe to the channel. Bye-bye everyone!
Do you know?
Quadrature of the circle is not just a nice metaphor, but the certain mathematical problem, its main point is to build a square which has an equal area to the circle using compasses and ruler.