Take two points A and B on the page of your notebook. Draw a circle with center A which passes through B.
Hint: Centre is A & radius is line segment AB.
Now we have to take two points A and B such that a circle is to be drawn which passes through B and has a center at A. If a circle passes through a point B such that A is the center of the circle then the length AB is surely the radius of the circle. So, we simply need to draw a circle of radius AB. Now we are not given with any distance hence let’s take any value of AB. Step1 - Mark points A & B on your page. Step 2 - Now we have to use a compass to draw the circle with centre A & radius length AB, so place the needle of the compass on A & nib of pencil on B. Step3 - Rotate the pencil about the needle of the compass in any direction. Step4 - End on the point from where you started to rotate. Note- Whenever we are given that a circle passes through a point and if the center of the circle is also known to us then the distance between these two points is always the radius of that circle.
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