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i belive its perpendicular angle
I don't know they intersect but how would that make them a bisector
just stare at the way its angled j,i,h are the main points of bisector

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looks like triangle side and in second one.. BCE is making a perpendicular bisector so
ok lol thats correct nubeer
Thank you both so then I guess number 1 is a perpendicular bisector too
nop .. its not perpendicular bisector.
oooh its angle bisector because it cuts the angle in half
are you sure? you have to find BC and it doesnt look its cutting any angle
lol im stupid i just saw you said triangle side to. thank you so much. I was looking at bce thats why
lol no worries :)
BC IS perpendicular bisector
nop its not.
BC is not cutting any line in half.
yeah

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