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Select Divide tool from expanded Draw panel of Home tab, you can also use its command equivalent DIVIDE. Click on the spline and enter the number of segments in which you want to divide the spline, I will select 6 segments for our case. Press enter to exit the command.

## How do you divide equally in AutoCAD?

To Insert Points That Divide an Object Into Equal Intervals

1. Click Home tab Draw panel Point drop-down Divide. Find.
2. Select a line, circle, ellipse, polyline, arc, or spline.
3. Enter the number of intervals. A point is placed between each interval.

## How do you divide distance into equal parts?

The steps

1. Choose the work-piece that you want to divide.
2. Choose how many sections you want to make.
3. Draw a diagonal line above the line being divided. …
4. Mark out equal points along the diagonal line.
5. Use a square / 90 degree angle to draw lines from the points on the diagonal line down to the original work-piece.
6. Done!

## How do you divide an arc into equal parts?

Once an arc is in the form of a straight line, the straight line can be divided into desired number of equal parts by usual method of drawing parallel lines. After locating the points on the straight line, the length of one division is known which can be used to divide the arc.

## How do you divide a polyline?

Divide up a polyline or spline

1. Start the DIVIDE command.
2. At the Select object to divide: prompt, chosoe the object along which you want to place the points or blocks.
3. At the Enter the number of segments or [Block]: prompt, enter the number of segments you want to create, or enter b to use the Block option.

## What is break command in AutoCAD?

Breaks the selected object between two points. Find. You can create a gap between two specified points on an object, breaking it into two objects. If the points are off of an object, they are automatically projected on to the object. BREAK is often used to create space for a block or text.

## How do you divide coordinates?

So, to find the coordinates that divide the segment with endpoints (–4,1) and (8,7) into three equal parts, first find the point that’s one-third of the distance from (–4,1) to the other endpoint, and then find the point that’s two-thirds of the distance from (–4,1) to the other endpoint. 