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2015-06-01T20:21:58+05:30
The third postulate starts with an arbitrary line segment, and an arbitrary point, which is not necessarily on the line segment. First, use the compass to note the end points of the line segment, then, put the sharp spike of the compass on the arbitrary point, and finally, draw the circle with the same radius as the line segment.
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2015-06-01T20:41:07+05:30
Given any straight line segment,a circle can be drawn having the segment as radius and one end point as center........
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