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Bullseye® Metric Demonstration Compass

Bullseye® Metric Demonstration Compass

Item #LER 1509 
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Model geometry activities for the whole class using our demonstration compass as students follow along at their desks. Draw circles 2”-32” in diameter, construct and measure angles with a built-in protractor, and measure length in metric with ruler edges. Suction cup fits securely on board for accurate measurements and construction. Translucent plastic improves accuracy by allowing you to see lines, angles and shapes as you draw them. Made of shatter-resistant SAFE-T® Plastic. Measures 19.75” x 4.25”W.
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Bullseye® Metric Demonstration Compass
 
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5.0

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By School with mommy

from Qc, Canada

About Me Homeschooling

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  • Durable
  • Great Value

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      Comments about Bullseye® Metric Demonstration Compass:

      Love the size, I was actually surprised when I saw it, it is really really nice.

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      Large Teeacher's Compass

      By Teech

      from CA

      About Me Education Oriented

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        • Flimsy

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          Comments about Bullseye® Metric Demonstration Compass:

          The red screw that is supposed to hold the size of your selected radius securely in place, so that you can draw a circle, does not work. If you try to tighten it, it doesn't tighten. I will have to use an elastic band, or sticky tape to secure the slider at the radius I've selected, while I draw my circle.

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