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Textbook Problem

Given that the line segment shown has a length 1, construct a line segment whose length is 2 .

To determine

To Find:

The construction of the line segment 2.

Explanation

Given that the line segment shown has a length 1

The given figure,

Now consider the given line segment

Now draw a line AB¯,

Now draw a circle center at B with radius AB, denote the intersection points as below,

Now Draw two circle centered at A and C with equal radii AB, and denote the intersection points as below,

Now draw a line DB¯, now denote the intersection points as below,

Now draw a line segment AE¯, note that AB=BE=1

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