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  1. And it is the median, altitude, and perpendicular bisector, plus as a bonus the angle bisector of angle C.
  2. We take the bisector point P0 to P1, this labor point i says the bisector, the midpoint
  3. The recursive call from P0 bisector, first bisector and Pa will give me another point
  4. Pb and another recursive call for the triangle Pa second bisector and P2 and the bisector
  5. would be a perpendicularly bisector plane. So, this would be a perpendicular bisector
  6. I is on the angle bisector of ACB, so the bisector of ACB
  7. It's called the perpendicular bisector of segment AB.
  8. then you have to be on there, the perpendicular bisector.
  9. What you do is you draw the angle bisector of angle A,
  10. you draw the angle bisector of angle B,
  11. and the angle bisector of angle C.
  12. And therefore, it will pass through this incenter too, if it is the angle bisector.
  13. I get a perfect perpendicular bisector of this segment.
  14. a perpendicular bisector of this diameter. Maybe I'll do one
  15. draw a couple of circles there and there is the bisector, but nobody could come up
  16. And, our second line is clearly the perpendicular bisector of our starting
  17. enthusiasts in the room might fancifully call this a perpendicular bisector of the
  18. distances from our two proposed focus points to any point Q along this perpendicular bisector.
  19. notice: First, at the point where this perpendicular bisector intersects the radius, that sum is
  20. at every other point on this perpendicular bisector is larger than the radius, meaning