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just a simple question: are perpendicular lines diff from bisector lines? if so, how are their "rules" different?
The bisector rules in circle geometry involve dividing a line or angle into two equal parts, while perpendicular rules involve creating a right angle between two lines or angles.
Yes, bisectors and perpendicular lines can intersect at a point on a circle. This point is called the center of the circle.
Bisectors and perpendicular lines are used to find and measure angles and lines in circles. They can also be used to construct geometric shapes within circles.
Yes, the formulas for bisector and perpendicular rules are the same in all circles. However, they may be applied differently depending on the size and position of the circle.
Bisectors and perpendicular lines are often used to construct tangents to a circle. The tangent line is perpendicular to the radius of the circle at the point of tangency. Bisectors can also be used to find the angle of incidence between the tangent and the radius.