This Demonstration constructs a triangle given the length of its base, the length of the altitude from to and the difference between the angles at and .
Step 1: Draw a vertical segment of length . Draw two horizontal rays and from and , respectively. From , draw a ray at angle with respect to the ray . Let be the intersection of the rays and .
Step 2: Draw a segment of length perpendicular to the ray .
Step 3: Draw a circle with center and radius . The ray intersects the circle at and .
Step 4: On , draw the point so that . On , measure out the point so that .
Step 5: The triangle satisfies the stated conditions.
Draw the circumcircle of the triangle with center . Let the point be the foot of the altitude from . Then . By construction, the power of the point with respect to is , so by Euclid III.37 [1, pp. 15], is tangent to and as angles with orthogonal legs. So .