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Construct Right Angle Triangle with compass, ruler and protractor

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Construct a triangle PQR, where Angle QPR = 90 degree, PQ = 6 cm and RQ = 7cm

Step of construction of Right Angled Triangle, whose length of hypotenuse and one side are given:

Step 1: Use ruler and draw a line segment PQ of 6cm (as shown below):



Step 2: Use protractor and draw angle of 90 degree at point P (as shown below):



Step 3: Use compass and 7 cm wide open. With Q as center, draw and arc with cut arm of 90 degree angle drawn in step 2 (as shown below)



Step 4: Mark point of intersection as point R (as shown below):



Step 5: Join points R and Q (as shown below)



Step 6: Use rule and check the length of RQ and it has to be of length 7cm. And we get the resultant Right Angled Triangle PQR (as shown below)

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