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# Arrange the following steps in correct order in constructing a square whose one diagonal is $5cm$.Step 1: Let PQ cut AC at O.Step 2: Draw a diagonal AC = $5cm$.Step 3: Join AB, BC, CD and DA. Then ABCD is the required square.Step 4: Draw PQ the perpendicular bisector of AC.Step 5: With O as center and OA radius draw a circle. Let the circle cut QP at points B and D.$A)2,1,4,5,3$$B)2,5,4,1,3$$C)2,4,5,1,3$$D)2,4,1,5,3$

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Hint: First we have to define what the terms we need to solve the problem are.
Since from the given set of questions we need to construct an arrangement of the square using a diagonal given point is the only known value; also, if we need to draw a square first, we need to draw a diagonal point and then only we can able to construct the given set of arrangements

Hence first draw a diagonal AC = $5cm$.(step 2 is the first arrangement)
Note: since if any of the arrangement process done with the mistakes like options; $A)2,1,4,5,3$,$B)2,5,4,1,3$,$C)2,4,5,1,3$ we cannot able to obtain a square; like if the first arrangement if one then without diagonal we cannot start drawing.