You can use any of the methods described above. The axiom in non-Euclidian Geometry is that parallel lines intersect at infinity.
It doesn't matter if the point is on another line; technically, every point is on an infinite number of lines, even if no line is shown. It does not matter how wide you set the compass, as long as it can intersect the given line.
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Set the width of the compass to the width of the first angle you created. Impressive publishing waterfall event. Using the same compass width, set the compass at the third vertex, and draw an arc that intersects the first arc you drew through the second vertex. Your reader, A.
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Compass Constructions. As shown at the right, you can also copy the angle below P and to its left, creating alternate interior angles and parallel lines. Draw the first angle. Reply Upvote. Construct a line segment on the perpendicular line 2 cm above C.
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Then, construct a line perpendicular to CD and passing through D. The construction above shows the creation of congruent corresponding angles which make the lines parallel.