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In a plane, what is the locus of points equidistant from the endpoints of a segment AB of length 10 cm? umm, I'm thinking it is a perpendicular bisector because they said it's equidistant from the endpoints of a segment but the 10?! I have no idea about that O.o

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hmm yes i think its perpendicualr bisector.. and the 10 cm is the length of line AB whose perpendicular you have to draw.. first make a straight line of 10 cm and then just get its perpendicualar.
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yes something like this..

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Thanks!!
you are welcome.. and by the way i dnt think tht we put those slanting lines when drawing locus
what "slanting" lines? the arrows?
lol no, the one giving it the shape like triangle
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Oh, okay! Hehe, thank you =)
you are most welcome :)

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