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noobatmath

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a problem...
Posted: Jun 16, 2008 11:52 AM
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the problem:
construct a square (ABCD) given one of its points (A) and two other points, P and Q on the BC and CD segment...

i know that if i make a triangle out of those and pull out circles from the midpoints, i'll get a set of points where one would belong to the square... but i've got some sounds in my head...can't think at all! Help!!!


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