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The figure shows some of the steps Sue took to draw a line segment parallel to line segment XY at R. PIC http://oi50.tinypic.com/160bx39.jpg Sue plans to perform these steps next. Step 1. Keep the width of the compass the same Step 2. Place the compass at point L Step 3. Draw an arc to intersect arc LM Step 4. Use a compass to draw a line segment from R to the point of intersection of the two arcs Which is the first incorrect step ? Step 2 Step 1 Step 3 Step 4

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I have no idea >.< I studied this 3 years ago
step 3 is incorrect because you are suppose to place the compass on point M as well then make an arc
Thanx dezzy,But is step 3 the first one incorrect?

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