bisection

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bisection

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

bisection

Division of something into two roughly equal parts.
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Proof based on the properties of the angle bisector and the Pythagorean Theorem (see Figure 11).
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.
The definition of the incenter of a triangle is a center of triangle's inscribing circle, and be constructed as a point where three angle bisectors intersect.