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# Intuitive Geometry Method 3 Triangle

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The Intuitive Geometry method is a basic set of principles for using overlapping circles to create and design anything. Below are the step by step instructions for the triangle.

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### Triangle with step by step instructions

Draw any finite line. Find and mark AB. Draw two circles with the same radius on A & B. Find C. Connect AC and CB.
You have drawn an equilateral triangle.

Find D and mark it. Using radius AB draw a new circle with centres D. Find E & F, mark them.
Extend CA to E and CB to F. You have drawn an equilateral triangle double the size.

Using radius AB draw two a new circle with centre C. Find and mark H, I and G.
CONNECT CID. You have drawn an equilateral triangle.

Connect I &A, A &C and A & D. You have drawn a 3D Tetrahedron.

Connect GEB. You have created a star tetrahedron.

Draw a new circle Radius AB with centre E. Connect C, B, D, E, I and G to form a hexagon.
You have drawn an octahedron: eight equilateral triangles, four of which meet at each vertex.

Find and mark J, K, L, M, N and O. Connect JLN, Connect KOM.
You have drawn a Cuboctehedron, also known as “The vector equilibrium”, “The Singularity” etc.

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