Lately I have become hooked on the game Euclidea. One of the problems gives a triangle and asks you to construct the incenter, or as it is put, "the intersection of angle bisectors."
It is stated that it should only take six steps. Steps are in the mode of the straightedge and collapsible compass constructions at the beginning of Baby Hartshorne: use of the ruler to construct a line or line segment and use of the compass to construct a circle are counted. Extending lines or constructing points at previously constructed intersections are not.
Any help is appreciated.