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I need a Journal Answer/Written Answer for this one: How do the Triangle-Angle Bisector Theorem and the Angle Bisector Theorem differ?

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    U asked this yesterday and I said that I thought they were the same thing.

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  2. espinozagabe Group Title
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    Yeah I know. But I don't think they are.

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    Why do you think that?

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    Someone else mentioned something about the Triangle-Angle Bisector Theorem including an angle bisector.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angle_bisector_theorem

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    Hmm. I'll think about it more.

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    Your probably right though. lol

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    I'll go with your answer. :)

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    I'm reasonably sure about it, let's say.

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    I'll go with your answer. :)

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  11. espinozagabe Group Title
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    Ok

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    So you were pretty much correct. The difference is that the angle bisector theorem can be applied to any angle. However when that theorem is applied in a triangle it divides it into two different segments, and the corresponding sides in each of the two segments are then proportional to each other.

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    Ah, OK, one is a special case of the other. Thanks for coming back.

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    Well I wanted to let you know the answer as well. lol

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