WITHOUT GIVING ANY PREVIOUS HINTS, YOU HAVE USED POINTS LIKE 'K', 'N', 'I' AND 'M' WHILE SAYING GK, FN AND MF. SIMILARLY WHILE SAYING 'OUTER MOST POINT OF A CIRCLE' YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN MORE PRECISE AS THERE ARE TWO SUCH POINTS FOR A POINT LYING OUTSIDE THE CIRCLE. I THINK THERE ARE EASIER WAYS OF DIVIDING A LINE INTO 3 EQUAL PARTS.
BUT MOST IMPORTANT: DID YOU MEASURE THE THREE ANGLES CREATED AT 'A'? CAN YOU PROVE THAT THE ANGLES ARE OF EQUAL MEASURE?

WITHOUT GIVING ANY PREVIOUS HINTS, YOU HAVE USED POINTS LIKE 'K', 'N', 'I' AND 'M' WHILE SAYING GK, FN AND MF. SIMILARLY WHILE SAYING 'OUTER MOST POINT OF A CIRCLE' YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN MORE PRECISE AS THERE ARE TWO SUCH POINTS FOR A POINT LYING OUTSIDE THE CIRCLE. I THINK THERE ARE EASIER WAYS OF DIVIDING A LINE INTO 3 EQUAL PARTS.

BUT MOST IMPORTANT: DID YOU MEASURE THE THREE ANGLES CREATED AT 'A'? CAN YOU PROVE THAT THE ANGLES ARE OF EQUAL MEASURE?