Theory:

We used five measurements to draw a quadrilateral. There are some special cases to draw a quadrilateral with less number of available measurements.
Example:
Construct the kite \(STOP\) if \(TP = 7 \ cm\), \(SP = 4 \ cm\) and \(OP = 6 \ cm\).
 
Rough diagram:
 
Let us first draw the rough quadrilateral, which will help us to draw a fair quadrilateral.
 
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Fair diagram:
 
Step 1: Draw a line segment \(AB\) with any length.
 
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Step 2: Draw a perpendicular bisector \(XY\) of \(AB\). The intersection of \(XY\) and \(AB\) is marked as \(M\).
 
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Step 3: Given that \(TP = 7 \ cm\). With \(M\) as centre and \(\frac{7}{2} = 3.5 \ cm\) as radius, draw an arc above \(AB\), which cuts \(MX\) at \(T\). Similarly, with the same radius and centre, draw an arc below \(AB\), which cuts \(MY\) at \(P\).
 
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Step 4: Given that \(SP = 4 \ cm\). Take \(4 \ cm\) as radius and \(P\) as centre, draw an arc, which cuts \(AB\) at \(S\). Join \(SP\) and \(ST\).
 
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Step 5: Also, given that \(OP = 6 \ cm\). Take \(6 \ cm\) as radius and \(P\) as centre, draw an arc, which cuts \(AB\) at \(O\). Join \(OP\) and \(OT\). We obtained a required kite \(STOP\).
 
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