To draw a straight line parallel to a given straight line, through a given point. * Let $A$ be the given point, and $BC$ the given straight line. * So it is required to draw a straight line parallel to the straight line $BC$, through the point $A$.
Given a straight line \(BC\) and a point \(A\), which does not lie on the line, it is possible to construct the straight line \(EF\), which is parallel to \(BC\) and goes through the point $A.$
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