Answer :

AB = 4 cm, BC = 6 cm



Construction:


1) Draw a line segment ‘AB’ of length ‘4’cm.


2) Now with the help of protractor at point ‘B’ draw a perpendicular line to the segment ‘AB’.


3) Now with the help of compass draw an arc of radius ‘6’cm taking Point ‘B’ as centre.


4) The arc and line intersect at a point, this point is ‘C’.


5) Join points ‘B’, ’C’ to form line segment ‘BC’.


6) Now draw a line perpendicular to BC from point ‘C’ with the help of protractor.


7) Now draw a line perpendicular to ‘AB’ from point ‘A’ with the help of protractor.


8) Now, these two lines intersect at a point, this point is ‘D’.


9) Join points ‘C’, ’D’ to form line segment ‘CD’ and points ‘A’, ’D’ to form line segment ‘AD’.


10) Thus Rectangle ‘ABCD’ is formed.


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