bisection

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bisection

 [bi-sek´shun]
division into two parts by cutting.

bisection

/bi·sec·tion/ (bi-sek´shun) division into two parts by cutting.

bisection

Division of something into two roughly equal parts.

bisection

division into two parts by cutting.
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It is interesting to note that in high school geometry studies, students learn about the special points related to the points of intersection of the three mid-perpendiculars, the three angle bisectors, the three medians, and the three heights in a triangle.
Let I be the incenter of the hyperbolic triangle ABC, and let the angle bisectors be AD, BE, and CF.
These concepts included results involving the sum of the angle measures in a polygon; the vertex, exterior, and central angles of a regular polygon; constructions of perpendicular and angle bisectors, medians, and altitudes in a triangle.