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Which of these is a correct step in constructing congruent line segments? use a straightedge to draw two equal arcs from the end points use a compass to join the end points of the line segment use a straightedge to measure the length of the line segment use a compass to create the distance between the end points

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i think its c
yeah it's c ... you measure the length of the segment and draw the other with the same length

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yay thanks
Straightedges do NOT have markings on them like rulers do. So how can you measure anything with a straightedge?
ah really! i though they mean a ruler by 'Straightedges' !! sorry my english is not that good ! :$
you would actually use a compass to measure any and all distances
even if it has markings, you are "not supposed to directly measure" in euclid's constructions
so is not c?
you can strike off all options that have measure in them
no it's not.. sorry! as @jim_thompson5910 said.. it's d
okay

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