maths --plse help me..

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without using set square or protacter construct
1. triangle A BC WITH AB = 5.5 CM ,
BC = 3.2 CM CA = 4.8 CM

2. DRAW LOCUS OF A POINT WHICH MOVES SO THAT IT IS ALWAYS A DISTANCE OF 2.5 CM FROM B.

3. DRAW LOCUS OF POINT SO THAT IT IS EQUIDISTANT FROM BC & CA .

4. MARK POINT OF INTERSECTION OF THE LOCI WITH P & MEASURE PC

  • maths --plse help me.. -

    1.
    assuming you can set your compass to the proper distances,
    Draw a line, mark points A and B 3.2cm apart
    Using B as center, draw circle Cb of radius 4.8 cm
    Using A as center, draw circle Ca of radius 5.5 cm
    Point C is where Ca intersects Cb.

    2. Draw a circle of radius 2.5, center at B.

    3.
    Construct the angle bisector of angle BCA

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