Diana is constructing a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle. She begins by drawing a line and labeling a point on the line as point A. She uses her compass to construct a circle with point A as the center, labeling the points where the circle intersects the line as points B and C. Without changing the compass opening, she constructs a circle with point B as the center and then with point C as the center.
What step should be her next step?
A. Put the point of the compass on point B and the pencil point on point C. Using this compass width, put the compass point on A and draw another circle.
B. Draw and label the points where the circles with centers A and B intersect and where the circles with centers A and C intersect.
C. Put the point of the compass on point B and the pencil point on point C. With the compass point still on B, draw two arcs that intersects the circle with center A.
D. Use a straightedge to join the four points where the circles intersect.