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PLEASE HELP ME!!!! Alice is designing a book shelf. The segment LQ represents the base of the book shelf. Alice wants to construct a line to represent a rack passing through R and parallel to side LQ. She uses a straightedge and compass to complete some steps of the construction as shown. (I will put the image for the text above in the comments along with other content)

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  1. Jessie04
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    Which of these is likely to be her next step in constructing the rack parallel to LQ? A.) Place the compass at S and adjust its width to point P. B.) Without changing the width of the compass, fix the compass at P and draw an arc. C.) Without changing the width of the compass, place the compass at S or P and draw an arc similar to the one drawn. D.) Place the compass at N and adjust the width to a length that is greater than the length of segment NS.

  3. mth3v4
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    these are the only options you have?

  4. Jessie04
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    Yep :/

  5. mth3v4
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    go with c

  6. Jessie04
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    Okay thank you! :)

  7. mth3v4
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    try it first

  8. Jessie04
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    Okay!

  9. mth3v4
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    it should make sense

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