# Difference between revisions of "Angle Bisector Tool"

From GeoGebra Manual

(create official page from pdf) |
(correct icon) |
||

Line 1: | Line 1: | ||

<noinclude>{{Manual Page}}[[Category:Manual (official)|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude> | <noinclude>{{Manual Page}}[[Category:Manual (official)|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude> | ||

{{Tool Message}} | {{Tool Message}} | ||

− | {{Tool|icon=Tool. | + | {{Tool|icon=Tool Angular Bisector.gif|name={{PAGENAME}} }} |

: 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.

- Selecting three points
- Note: The direction vectors of all angle bisectors have length 1.