Loci types

Terms which you will need to be familiar with are: Locus: A line or region that indicates all of the points which fit a specific rule. Loci: The plural of Locus Equidistant: A collection of two or more points that are of equal distance from one another. Perpendicular: Two lines that are at right angles to one another. Bisect: A line or measured distance that is divided in two. The worksheets in this chapter will give you details on how to construct the four different types of Loci. You should practice drawing Loci. In order to do that correctly ensure that you use a ruler and compass (and pencil!). Links to Loci types: Loci Type 1 Loci Type 2 Loci Type 3 Loci Type 4