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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of bisectors:

/bajsɛktɹ̩z/

- neighbors identify perpendicular bisectors and the perpendicular bisectors here are lines
- bisectors between them, namely, bisectors with --
- The school should be built where the two perpendicular bisectors intersect.
- We have the three medians, the three perpendicular bisectors, and the three altitudes.
- And one way we know how to do that is we can construct perpendicular bisectors.
- symmetry, the angle bisectors of the rectangle.
- it was actually the angle bisectors or whether it was
- And it turns out, it's the angle bisectors not the global
- There's a bias towards things along these bisectors.
- With their angle bisectors, orange, purple, cyan, and
- of obtaining two bisectors of the triangle edges joining them get the bisector. This
- If we have rain gauges in an area like this, we draw perpendicular bisectors of the lines
- the three perpendicular bisectors intersect--
- is, we're seeing that the three perpendicular bisectors
- So once again, we see the three perpendicular bisectors are
- bisectors of this, and we know that because it's
- bisectors to the points to the lines joining these points which are diagonally positioned
- So, if you now have this set of points and you look at the perpendicular bisectors again
- bisectors to it and then whatever shows up as the inner most region from all this perpendicular
- bisectors inner most region is the is now the region that is closest to that point than