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  1. Hi - I would like to know the best strategy for precisely dividing concentric circles and then slicing the results so I can selectively remove piece as I choose. Below is not the final image but gives an idea of what I am trying to accomplish. I am evaluating a few tools and would like to know if this tool is made to create these types of images. My end goal is to create some complex shapes like this for time tracking, make them into a PDF and then copy them to my e-ink note-taking device. Question 1: Is this the right tool for these types of drawings? Question 2: If so what is the best way to get the precise circle dividers? I thought about creating a line, copying it, then using the rotate parameter, then using the align center and middle commands, then repeat a bunch of times Question 3: Once I have my lines on top of my concentric circles how to I slice them? I have struggled with lines interacting with shapes using the subtract and combine (probably operator error) Thank you for your guidance!
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