We have a Point $A$ on the Plane $P$ and two circles $C1,C2$ on the same plane with radii $R1,R2$ on the same plane. ($R1$ and $R2$ are not necessarily equal).
We want to construct an isosceles right triangle ($45^\circ,45^\circ,90^\circ$) such that:
One of the vertices is $A$
The other vertices are on circles $C1$ and $C2$ (one per circle)
For this question, we can just use simple linear transformation like scaling, rotation, reflection and translation. How can we do this? Note that we know $C1 ,C2$ are placed such that at least one triangle with these conditions exists.
Also I want to know whether there is any online resources which have more of this type of questions? I mean constructing a shape with given conditions using simple linear transformations?.