Constructions

- Copy a line segment
- Sum of line segments
- Difference of two line segments
- Perpendicular bisector of a line segment
- Divide a line segment into n equal segments
- Perpendicular to a line at a point on the line
- Perpendicular to a line from an external point
- Perpendicular to a ray at its endpoint
- A parallel to a line through a point (angle copy method)
- A parallel to a line through a point (rhombus method)
- A parallel to a line through a point (translated triangle method)

- Copy an angle
- Bisect an angle
- Construct a 30° angle
- Construct a 45° angle
- Construct a 60° angle
- Construct a 90° angle (right angle)
- Sum of n angles
- Difference of two angles
- Suppplementary angle
- Complementary angle
- Constructing 75° 105° 120° 135° 150° angles and more

- Copy a triangle
- Triangle, given all 3 sides (SSS)
- Triangle, given one side and adjacent angles (ASA)
- Triangle, given two sides and included angle (SAS)
- Triangle, given two sides and non-included angle (AAS)
- Isosceles Triangle, given base and one side
- Isosceles Triangle, given base and altitude
- Isosceles Triangle, given leg and apex angle
- 30-60-90 right triangle given the hypotenuse
- Equilateral Triangle
- Midsegment of a Triangle
- Medians of a Triangle
- Altitudes of a Triangle
- Altitudes of a Triangle (outside case)

- Right Triangle, given hypotenuse and one leg (HL)
- Right Triangle, given both legs (LL)
- Right Triangle, given hypotenuse and one angle (HA)
- Right Triangle, given one leg and one angle (LA)

- Constructing the center of a circle or arc
- Finding the center of a circle or arc with any right-angled object
- Tangents to a circle through an external point
- Tangent to a circle through a point on the circle
- Tangents to two circles (external)
- Tangents to two circles (internal)
- Circle through three points

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