Question

Construct the bisector of $\angle R$ using a compass and straightedge.

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Using the given angle, we will construct a bisector. To construct the bisector, use the compass or protractor to make an arc from the vertex, then use the intersection on the arc and the line to make it the starting point of the compass or protractor.

Therefore, we make the intersection of the two arcs where the bisector is:

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