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## How to Construct Quadrilaterals? | Steps of Construction

You can refer to the below available various questions on constructing quadrilaterals along with a detailed explanation. For the sake of your comfort, we even jotted Steps of Construction for each and every problem so that you can solve similar kinds of questions easily.

**1. Construct a parallelogram PQRS in which PQ = 7 cm, QR = 5 cm and diagonal PR = 7.8 cm.**

Steps of Construction:

Firstly, draw a rough figure of the quadrilateral with the given dimensions.

1. Draw a line segment of length 7 cm and mark the ends as P and Q.

2. Take the point P as a center and draw an arc by taking the radius 7.8 cm.

3. Next, take point Q as a center and draw an arc by taking the radius 5 cm. Mark the point as R where the two arcs cross each other. Join the points Q and R as well as P and R.

Note: A parallelogram is a simple quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. The opposite or facing sides of a parallelogram are of equal length and the opposite angles of a parallelogram are of equal measure.

4. By taking the point P as a center, draw an arc with a radius of 5 cm.

5. By taking the point R as a center, draw an arc with a radius of 7 cm.

6. Mark the point as S where the two arcs cross each other. Join the points R and S as well as P and S.

PQRS is a required parallelogram.

**2. Construct a parallelogram, one of whose sides is 7.2 cm and whose diagonals are 8 cm and 8.4 cm.**

Steps of Construction:

Firstly, draw a rough figure of the quadrilateral with the given dimensions.

1. Draw a line segment of length 7.2 cm and mark the ends as P and Q.

2. Take the point P as a center and draw an arc by taking the radius 4.2 cm.

3. Next, take point Q as a center and draw an arc by taking the radius 4 cm. Mark the point as O where the two arcs cross each other. Join the points Q and O as well as P and O.

4. By taking the point O as a center, draw an arc with the required radius.

5. Produce PO to R such that OR = PO and produce QO to S such that OS = OQ.

6. Join PS, QR, and RS.

PQRS is a required parallelogram.

**3. Construct a parallelogram whose diagonals are 5.6 cm and 6.4 cm and an angle between them is 70°.**

Steps of Construction:

1. Draw a line segment of length 5.6 cm and mark the ends as P and R.

2. Take the point O as a center in between P and R.

3. Next, take point O as a center and make a point by taking 70º using a protector. Draw a line XO to Y.

4. Set off OQ = 1/2 (6.4) = 3.2 cm and OS = 1/2 (6.4) =3.2 cm as shown.

5. Join PQ, QR, RS, and SP.

PQRS is a required parallelogram.

**4. Construct a rectangle PQRS in which side QR = 5.2 cm and diagonal QS = 6.4 cm.**

Steps of Construction:

Firstly, draw a rough figure of the quadrilateral with the given dimensions.

1. Draw a line segment of length 5.2 cm and mark the ends as Q and R.

2. Take the point R as a center and draw a perpendicular line to QR.

3. Next, take point Q as a center and draw an arc by taking the radius 6.4 cm. Mark the point as S where the line and arc cross each other. Join the points Q and S as well as R and S.

4. By taking the point S as a center, draw an arc with the required radius of 5.2 cm.

5. Take the point Q as a center and draw a perpendicular line to QR. Mark the point as P where the point and arc cross each other. Join the points Q and P as well as P and S.

PQRS is a required rectangle.

**5. Construct a square PQRS, each of whose diagonals is 5.4 cm.**

Steps of Construction:

1. Draw a line segment of length 5.4 cm and mark the ends as P and R.

2. Draw the right bisector XY of PR, meeting PR at O.

3. From O set off OQ = 1/2 (5.4) = 2.7 cm along OQ and OS = 2.7 cm along OX.

4. Join PQ, QR, RS, and SP.

PQRS is a required square.

**6. Construct a rhombus with a side of 4.4 cm and one of its angles equal to 67°.**

Steps of Construction:

Given that a rhombus with a side of 4.4 cm and one of its angles equal to 67°.

The adjacent angle = (180° – 67°) = 113°.

1. Draw a line segment of length 4.4 cm and mark the ends as Q and R.

2. Make ∠RQX = 113° and ∠QRY = 67°.

3. Set off QP = 4.4 cm along with QX and RS = 4.4 cm along with RY.

4. Join PS.

PQRS is a required rhombus.