By Hukum Singh
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38), and number these positions thus 0, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 I n order to go from one position to the next one the loop has to rotate one—sixth of the whole revolution (as the distance between two neighbouring points is equal to one-sixth of the circumference of the circle). , A, OI23456 Figure 38 Thus, if in position O the chalk is at the point M 0, in position I it will be at the point M 1 (at one·sixth of the circumference from the point of tangency), in position 2 at the point M 2 (at two·sixths of the circumference from the point of tangency), and so on.
A Handbook for Designing Mathematics Laboratory in Schools by Hukum Singh