Topics include: Segment Constructions; Angles Constructions; Constructions Based on Congruent Triangle Theorems; Special Segments in Triangles; Circle Constructions.

**Table Of Contents**ABOUT THIS BOOK

CHAPTER 1: Construction: A Beginning

Constructions

What is a construction?

What can be constructed?

Using a Compass

What do line segments, arcs, & angles look like?

What does it mean to "measure" without a ruler or a protractor?

What does it mean to intersect?

Following directions matters.

Congruent Objects

How do I use this book?

Should you erase all those marks?

Helpful HintsCHAPTER 2: Segment Construction

Congruent Segments

Segment Additions

Perpendicular Segments

Perpendicular BisectorsCHAPTER 3: Angle Construction

Congruent Angles

Angle Additions

Angle Bisectors

Parallel Lines

Parallelograms

Rectangles

Squares

45° Angles

Right Triangles

Equilateral Triangles

30° Angles

Isosceles TrianglesCHAPTER 4: Constructions Based on Congruent Triangle Theorems

A Triangle from 2 Given Angles & 1 Given Segment

A Triangle from 2 Given Segments & 1 Given Angle

A Triangle Congruent to a Given TriangleCHAPTER 5: Special Segments in Triangles

Angle Bisectors

Perpendicular Bisectors

Medians

AltitudesCHAPTER 6: Circle Constructions

Tangents to a Circle

A Circle Circumscribing a Triangle

A Circle Inscribed in a TriangleCONSTRUCTIONS EXAM

GLOSSARY

ANSWER KEY

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