Difference between revisions of "Angle Bisector Tool"

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: Angle bisectors can be defined in two ways (also see command [[AngleBisector Command|AngleBisector]]):  
 
: Angle bisectors can be defined in two ways (also see command [[AngleBisector Command|AngleBisector]]):  
 
:* Selecting three points ''A'', ''B'', and ''C'' produces the angle bisector of the enclosed angle, where point ''B'' is the apex.  
 
:* Selecting three points ''A'', ''B'', and ''C'' produces the angle bisector of the enclosed angle, where point ''B'' is the apex.  
 
:* Selecting two lines produces their two angle bisectors.  
 
:* Selecting two lines produces their two angle bisectors.  
 
: Note: The direction vectors of all angle bisectors have length 1.
 
: Note: The direction vectors of all angle bisectors have length 1.

Revision as of 17:13, 17 November 2009

This article is about a GeoGebra tool. You can find a list of all tools on this page. If you are searching help how to use tools in general you should read the manual page about tools.

Angle bisectors can be defined in two ways (also see command AngleBisector):
  • Selecting three points A, B, and C produces the angle bisector of the enclosed angle, where point B is the apex.
  • Selecting two lines produces their two angle bisectors.
Note: The direction vectors of all angle bisectors have length 1.
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