|1||Start with triangle ΔABC.|
|2||Draw a perpendicular bisector of one of the sides. In this case, the perpendicular bisector of AB is drawn.|
|3||Draw a perpendicular bisector of another side. In this case, the perpendicular bisector of BC is drawn.|
|4||Label the intersection of the perpendicular bisectors as point D.|
|5||Draw a circle with center D and radius DA.|
|Table 1: Circumscribing a circle about a triangle.|
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