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bisector

[‚bī′sek·tər]
(mathematics)
The ray dividing an angle into two equal angles.
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Oh look, the perpendicular bisectors meet at a point and oh, that point's equidistant from all of the vertices.
In [12], the authors develop explicit formulas for the bisectors of i and [gamma](i) for some [gamma] [member of] [PSL.
The Internal Bisector Problem is extremely difficult to prove using the classical theorems of Euclid, though it can be done.
The general bisector formula in the parametric form using the direction k is defined as
The volunteer team, which included 250 students, will carry out acts of painting bisectors, rehabilitate parks and draw the national flag on walls, in addition to giving presents to members of the Syrian Arab Army.
Instead he corrected our geometry, muttering that he did not understand how two smart girls could have such trouble with angle bisectors.
Let I be the incenter of the hyperbolic triangle ABC, and let the angle bisectors be AD, BE, and CF.
This experiment used materials on parallelograms and triangles from textbooks and reference books for grade nine mathematics that covered basic algebraic concepts (such as equality axiom), properties and elements of geometry (such as perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors), and similarity and congruence of triangles.
Perpendicular bisectors are then drawn on each of the straight lines and extended in such a way that the bisectors enclose areas referred to as Thiessen Polygons.
that include heights, perpendicular bisectors, and angle bisectors in
This in turn led to the question of determining the center of the circumscribed circle, which resulted in the students discovering the relationship that the center of the circle coincided with the point of intersection of the three perpendicular bisectors.