Select the desired plane on which you want to create the sketch.
Then Select line, arc and spline to draw the sketch as it is shown in image.
Then Provide dimensions by using ordinate Dimension from Smart dimension drop down menu.
If I was given that task I would complain about the quality of the diagram in the question.
I started by drawing the baseline, horizontal and co-incident with the origin.
Put in the centreline on the left hand side at .342 (assumed inches) above the baseline, horizontal constraint.
Dimension end of centreline to X:-3.859
Insert a point and dimension at X:-2.643 Y:0.234
Draw a straight line between centreline and point (Assume that line is straight not curved)
Insert point at X:0.154 Y:0.120
Basically, you can attempt to build up the sketch using lines and points and a lot of assumptions.
The original diagram has sections which are ambiguous as to whether they are curves or multiple straight lines, or a combination of both.
You may be able to sketch something close, but if it has to be geometrically exact... well good luck with that.
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