Given: a straight line h = (AB) and a point C not lying on h
Wanted: a straight line g running through C and being parallel to h
The start situation is shown in the following window. You may only use "compass and rulers", i.e. the tools "circle from centre and pripheral point" and "line through 2 points". Moreover, you can create intersection points. The construction itself is now left to you - to check if you have learned enough on the preceeding pages and can apply these insights to a new situation.
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The line g running parallel to a given line h through a given point P is perpendicular to the perpendicular line m from P onto h.