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Euler’s Identity was not mentioned in here. Algebra is an open source book written by Tyler Wallace. For numbers “constructible” in the sense of set theory, see Constructible universe. Not all real numbers are constructible and to describe those that are, algebraic techniques are usually employed.
However, in order to employ those techniques, it is useful to first associate points with constructible numbers. A point in the Euclidean plane is a constructible point if it is either endpoint of the given unit segment, or the point of intersection of two lines determined by previously obtained constructible points, or the intersection of such a line and a circle having a previously obtained constructible point as a center passing through another constructible point, or the intersection of two such circles.
In algebraic terms, a number is constructible if and only if it can be obtained using the four basic arithmetic operations and the extraction of square roots, but of no higher-order roots, from constructible numbers, which always include 0 and 1. The set of constructible numbers can be completely characterized in the language of field theory: the constructible numbers form the quadratic closure of the rational numbers: the smallest field extension that is closed under square roots.
This has the effect of transforming geometric questions about compass and straightedge constructions into algebra. This transformation leads to the solutions of many famous mathematical problems, which defied centuries of attack. The traditional approach to the subject of constructible numbers has been geometric in nature, but this is not the only approach.
However, the geometric approach does provide the motivation for the algebraic definitions and is historically the way the subject developed. In presenting the material in this manner, the basic ideas are introduced synthetically and then coordinates are introduced to transition to an algebraic setting.
0 and 1 are constructible numbers. The latter two can be done with a construction based on the intercept theorem.