**Objective:**To constructt a rhombus and display the measure of its interior angles.

**Tools:**Compass, Parallel Line, Angle

No | Tool | Instructions |

1 | Construct segment AB. | |

2 | Select the tool, click on the segment and then click on CompassA. This will form a circle with center A and passing through B. | |

3 | Construct point C on the circle. | |

4 | Construct segment BC. Move point C, what do you observe? | |

5 | Right click on the circle and then click Show Object from the pop-up menu to hide it. | |

6 | To construct a line parallel to AB passing through C, select the tool, click on segment Parallel lineAB, and then click on point C. Now, use the same tool to construct a line parallel to AC and passing through B. | |

7 | Now, intersect the two lines to form the fourth vertex of the rhombus. Hide the two lines and construct segments BD and CD. | |

8 | Hide the two lines by right clicking them and clicking Show Object, and then construct segments BD and CD. |

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