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Is a line segment character of a perpendicular bisect?
The bisector and the line segment are perpendicular to each other.
Exactly one. No more, no less.
It's called a perpendicular bisector of the line segment.
No. Since a line is infinite, it has no mid-point. A bisector must go through a midpoint so nothing can bisect a line (not even a segment).
Basically the definition of bisect is to separate two parts of a line segment to create two congruent line segments, which leads to them being equal.
∠PQR Where PQR form an angle and Q is the angle's vertex. The bisection is the line that goes between the lines QP and QR Bisection is a mathematical tool to find the …root of intervals. Example: ∠PQR Form an angle of 75° A bisection would lead into two smaller angles which can be called ∠PQA and ∠RQA, both 37,5° And then you can do calculations on the smaller angles, depending on what root you are looking for.
Perpendicular line segments are line segments that cross with each other and form angles of 90 degrees.
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Including its diagonals there are 6 perpendicular lines
no, not here you can only type on here but they're two lines that cross you can ask somebody around you
whatto line segments intersect but are not perpendicular