## What is a bisected line segment?

To bisect a segment or an angle means to divide it into two congruent parts. A bisector of a line segment will pass through the midpoint of the line segment. A perpendicular bisector of a segment passes through the midpoint of the line segment and is perpendicular to the line segment.

**Which segments in the design are bisected?**

A line segment bisects each shape into two equal parts. Bisect means to cut or divide something into two equal parts. You can use a compass and a ruler to bisect a line segment or an angle. The bisector of a line segment is called a perpendicular bisector.

**What can be bisected?**

We can bisect line segments, angles, and more. The dividing line is called the “bisector”

### Can a ray be bisected?

An angle bisector is a line or ray that divides an angle into two congruent angles . In the figure, the ray →KM bisects the angle ∠JKL . Some textbooks call this Angle Bisector Theorem , but this name is usually used for another theorem about angle bisectors in a triangle.

**Can lines be bisected?**

“Bisect” means to divide into two equal parts. You can bisect lines, angles, and more.

**How do we identify congruent line segment?**

Congruent segments are simply line segments that are equal in length. Congruent means equal. Congruent line segments are usually indicated by drawing the same amount of little tic lines in the middle of the segments, perpendicular to the segments. We indicate a line segment by drawing a line over its two endpoints.

## How do you write congruent segments?

For line segments, ‘congruent’ is similar to saying ‘equals’. You could say “the length of line AB equals the length of line PQ”. But in geometry, the correct way to say it is “line segments AB and PQ are congruent” or, “AB is congruent to PQ”. In the figure above, note the single ‘tic’ marks on the lines.

**Can a line be bisected?**

**How many bisectors can a line segment have?**

A segment can have only 1 midpoint. 2. The bisector divides the segment into two equal parts. Thus, there are infinite number of lines that can be a bisector to the given segment.

### What are the endpoints of a line segment?

A line segment is a part of a line that has two defined endpoints. A line segment represents a collection of points inside the endpoints and it is named by its endpoints. A ray is a line that only has one defined endpoint and one side that extends endlessly away from the endpoint.

**Does a midpoint bisect a line?**

When a line cuts another line into two equal parts it is called a bisector. The bisector will cut the line at its midpoint. The midpoint of a line segment can be found using a compass and straightedge .

**What is a line segment bisecting a circle or sphere?**

The segment is bisected by drawing intersecting circles of equal radius, whose centers are the endpoints of the segment and such that each circle goes through one endpoint. The line determined by the points of intersection of the two circles is the perpendicular bisector of the segment, since it crosses the segment at its center.

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