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hey yall can any give me some examples on doing this Using a straightedge, draw several different angles of various measures and then construct the angle bisectors.

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    Draw some intersecting lines, then draw lines in the middle of the angles

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    There are now 4 angles that have been created. To bisect each angle, you need to insert a line that intersects the angle and separates the angle into 2 separate but equal angles that sum to the original angle

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