The first thing you have to do is draw a line of the same length as the radius of the circle you want to draw. Then, open the compass the same size as the line length you draw is. Rotate the compass and you will create a circle. Please note that drawing this on a single sheet of paper can be difficult because the paper can move. Also, you can try rotating the paper, instead of the compass.
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