# Geometry

posted by Amy

Which one of these is NOT a step used when constructing an inscribed square using technology?

A. Create a circle using the center with given points tool.

B. Connect the points with a line through the center of the circle.

C. Mark the points of intersection between the three circles.

D. Create another circle with the same radius as the original.

I think it is D. But C. makes no sense either! HELP!

1. Amy

I think I got it! It's B. Any opinions?

2. Amy

It was C

3. Memer

its abcd

4. anonymous

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