AngleBisector Command

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AngleBisector[ <Line>, <Line> ]
Returns both angle bisectors of the lines.
Example:
AngleBisector[x + y = 1, x - y = 2] yields a: x = 1.5 and b: y = -0.5.
AngleBisector[ <Point>, <Point>, <Point> ]
Returns the angle bisector of the angle defined by the three points.
Example:
AngleBisector[(1, 1), (4, 4), (7, 1)] yields a: x = 4.
Note: The second point is apex of this angle.
Note: See also Mode angularbisector.svg Angle Bisector tool .
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