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Campbell1982

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Trying to solve a drawing task. The following has to be achieved:

- Produce a Square (vertices of ABCD)

- Cut line BC into two equal parts, label the point in between as M.

- Draw a line between point M and A.

- Divide angle of BMA into two equal parts. Label the location where the bisector touches the line AB.

- Build a line that is named PM. This line is perpendicular to line NM, and touches AD. (The point the line PM touches AD is named P).

- Draw a circumcircle around APM.

I have attached a rough drawing that I produced in paint (Square 2) . I think I have gone wrong somewhere, but I'm not sure where. Can anyone help please?

Matt.

- Produce a Square (vertices of ABCD)

- Cut line BC into two equal parts, label the point in between as M.

- Draw a line between point M and A.

- Divide angle of BMA into two equal parts. Label the location where the bisector touches the line AB.

- Build a line that is named PM. This line is perpendicular to line NM, and touches AD. (The point the line PM touches AD is named P).

- Draw a circumcircle around APM.

I have attached a rough drawing that I produced in paint (Square 2) . I think I have gone wrong somewhere, but I'm not sure where. Can anyone help please?

Matt.