By Myers G

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Additional resources for Digital system design with LSI bit-slice logic

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1) Divide the rectangle horizontally into four to give forearm line, centre (grain) line and back arm line. 0 cm (IQ of the bodice armhole circumference) vertically from the left side of the rectangle. 5 cm). 0 cm from the left side of the rectangle at A. 5 cm from the upper arm line (IT bodice armhole circumference). 5 cm from the left side of the rectangle at B. (5) Construct a line from the back underarm seam, at the upper arm line, to point (3) on the back arm line, from point (3) to the end of the centre line, and continue to point (4) on the forearm line and another to the underarm on the upper arm line.

5 cm from the front neck point (fr NP) to intersect the shoulder level line. 5 cm. (9b) Draw a front length to bust point line 27 cm from the fr NP to intersect bust prominence width line for the bust point (BP). (10) Connect a line from a mid point on the shoulder line to BP. 5 cm wide with the apex finishing at BP. BACK SHOULDER LINE (11a) Position a back shoulder level line 4 cm from the left side of the rectangle. 5 cm dart) to intersect the shoulder level line. 25 cm. Connect this point for a central line to the middle of the shoulder line.

Join the side seam between the waist, the upper hip and hip levels. 5 cm at the ankle level (a quarter of the trouser ankle measurement minus 1 cm) either side of the crease line. 0 cm) either side of the crease line. For the inside leg join a line from the hem to the knee finishing midway between the knee and crutch levels. Join the outside leg from the knee to the hip or crutch levels. g. 5 cm. The left side of the rectangle is the waist level and the right side the ankle. The inside leg will be towards the lower side and the outside leg towards the top side.