angle bisection

angle bisection

[′aŋ·gəl bī′sek·shən]
(mathematics)
The division of an angle by a line or plane into two equal angles.
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Anyone interested in pursuing further aspects of paper folding could investigate folding ellipses and hyperbolae by using circular paper (Yates, 1943) or turning to any of: Hilton and Pedersen (1983), (1993); Polster (2004); Froemke and Grossman (1988); to investigate a technique that allows the approximation of any rational angle with simple sequences of angle bisections.