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Drawing parallel lines without a ruler can be hard. Here, i show you how with just a straightedge and a compass. (NO RULERS)
The first thing you do is draw a straight line. It can be any length. Then draw a point above the line.
Place the stylus of the compass on the point, and swing the compass down to make two marks on the line. These points of intersection are equidistant from ...
Mark two points on the 2nd line by placing the compass stylus on the original (red arrow) dot, and swinging it down and up. Then, swing the compass ...
Connect these 3 points, and now you have 2 parallel lines! The original line and the most recently made are parallel with each other. This is because you ...
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