The figure shows a construction made using technology.

The construction shows angles CAB and IDE. There is a circle created from point A that intersects with ray AC, creating point F, and ray AB, creating point G. A circle congruent to circle A was created at point D. Circle D intersects with ray DE, creating point H. Another circle was created on point H that has a radius that is congruent to the distance between points A and F. Circle H intersects with circle D, creating point I. A ray was created through points D and I.

Does the construction demonstrate how to copy an angle correctly using technology? Justify your answer.

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