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How can we produce this picture https://snipboard.io/oVp3Ic.jpg, with added vertex names (e.g. A,B,C etc.) in the simplest way possible? Eventually I'll need to put this picture into a LaTeX file that'll be transformed into PDF.

Thank you!

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  • You could use almost any vector image editor, such as Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, or Inkscape (which is free). – Billy Kerr Mar 22 at 15:32
  • You could also use practically any raster editor - Gimp, Photoshop, PaintShop Pro - But vector, as Billy suggests, would probably be better due to the resolution independence. – Scott Mar 22 at 17:39
  • I would draw it with a pen, ruler and compass on paper. But what's the actual problem? Should the image be written as text in some graphics definition language that you do not read & speak well enough? Or is getting angles and lengths (especially pieces x and 7cm) right too difficult? Or what? Do you search a general elementary geometry image production toolset and showed to us only a random example which is not at all your actual problem? You'll get voted out if you do not include some details which show the actual problem. – user287001 Mar 23 at 9:33
  • Why dont you use tikz? Then you can edit it iside your TeX markup. – joojaa Mar 23 at 19:39
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If you know basics of Illustrator, you can try like this:

  1. For the shapes - Draw your shape and place circles/squares to represent angles and select all and use Pathfinder tool to outline them and then you can select and remove unnecessary segments using Direct Selection Tool.

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  1. For text part

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