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bi·sect

(bī'sekt),
anatomy to divide a body part into equal halves - right and left halves in the case of the head, neck, or trunk; medial and lateral halves in the case of the limb.

bisect

verb To cut or divide into two parts.

bi·sect

(bī-sekt')
In anatomy, to divide a body part into equal halves - right and left halves in the case of the head, neck, or trunk; medial and lateral halves in the case of the limb.
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How can we find a perpendicular bisector? An angle bisector?"), and the success rate is high.
We denote by M the point of intersection of this perpendicular with the angle bisector AF (see Figure 10).
In particular, we give conditions for an isometric sphere, in the upper half-space (-plane) model, to be a bisector. In the last section, we consider DF domains and double Dirichlet domains, prove Theorem 1.1 and show some corollaries.
When the range resolution is considered, the velocity components of the two targets along the direction of the bistatic bisector are the same, which means [zeta] = 0.
Since the bisector between two objects costs 0(1) time, the LVC construction (Initialization phase) can be finished in O(d) time.
The general bisector formula in the parametric form using the direction k is defined as
Let ABC be a gyrotriangle in an Einstein gyrovector space ([V.sub.s], [product sum], [cross product]), and let P be a point lying on side BC of the gyrotriangle such that AP is a bisector of gyroangle [??]BAC.
This experiment used materials on parallelograms and triangles from textbooks and reference books for grade nine mathematics that covered basic algebraic concepts (such as equality axiom), properties and elements of geometry (such as perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors), and similarity and congruence of triangles.
The direction (1) and (3) are mutually perpendicular and (2) coincides with one of bisectors;
Perpendicular bisectors are then drawn on each of the straight lines and extended in such a way that the bisectors enclose areas referred to as Thiessen Polygons.
that include heights, perpendicular bisectors, and angle bisectors in
In these studies, the individual area per plant was estimated using the area of Thiessen polygons that are defined as the smallest polygons that can be obtained by erecting perpendicular bisectors to the horizontal lines joining the center of a plant to the centers of its neighboring competitors.