Answer :

__Step 1:__

Draw a line segment AB of length 5.2 cm.

__Step2:__

__From Euclid’s third postulate, we know that we can draw a circle with any center and any radius.__

Draw a circle with center A and radius AB.

__Step 3:__

Draw another circle with center B and radius BA.

__Step 4:__

The two circles meet at C. Join C to A and B to form ΔABC.

Thus, the required equilateral triangle is constructed.

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