UCSS Math I 5.4.2 Example 3

Construct square inscribed in circle with the radius equal to one-half the length of .
  1. Construct circle . Bisect the length of . Use this length as the radius for circle .
  2. Label a point on the circle point .
  3. Construct the diameter of the circle. Label the second point of intersection .
  4. Construct the perpendicular bisector of . Extend the bisector so it intersects the circle in two places. Label the points of intersection and .
  5. Construct the sides of the square. Do not erase any of your markings. Quadrilateral is a square inscribed in circle .
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