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bisector

[‚bī′sek·tər]
(mathematics)
The ray dividing an angle into two equal angles.
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We also discuss cab-equidistant paths from point A to point B, as the concept of equal cab-distance will be important when we investigate what the circle and the perpendicular bisector in taxicab geometry look like.
As the answers are quite unexpected, the students proceed cautiously: it is very surprising for students to find out that the locus of points equidistant from a center looks like a square and that the perpendicular bisector is not a straight line.
its perpendicular bisector located at the intersection of that
bisector and a circle with its center on either point A or B and
intersection of the perpendicular bisector of segment AB and the
In an isosceles triangle ABC (where C is any point on bisector n),
The fold line is the bisector of angles CEA and BED.
Given two non-identical points P and Q, one can fold the unique perpendicular bisector b of the line segment PQ.
One might begin with simple results, such as folding a perpendicular bisector enables the construction of an isosceles triangle.