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Q: To find the bisector of a given angle using a paper folding construction it requires you to first create a triangle using the given angle?
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To find the bisector of a given angle using a paper folding construction does it requires you to first create a triangle using the given angle?

False!


How do you find the bisector of a given angle using a paper folding construction?

True:)


What best describes the folding method used to form an angle bisector?

Folding in half so that edges align.


To find the bisector of a given angle using a paper folding construction fold the paper so that the crease goes through the vertex and the sides of the angle match up true or false?

True


You can draw a perpendicular bisector to a segment using paper-folding constructions?

true.


You can draw a perpendicular bisector to a using paper-folding constructions?

haterz gonna hate but it is yes


What constructions requires two folds when using the paper folding method?

Perpendicular line segment


Do triangle contain line of symmetry?

Some triangles do have a line of symmetry. Equilateral and Isosceles triangles have a line of symmetry. If you can fold a triangle into two equal halves, the folding line is a line symmetry.


How do you make hexagon into a right angled triangle?

The answer depends on the shape of the hexagon and what processes you are allowed to use: cutting, folding, glueing, etc.


To construct a parallel to a line through a point not on the line using folding you can perform the construction twice?

perpendicular line segment (apex)


If you repeat the perpendicular line segment construction twice using paper folding, you can construct?

~APEX~ A parallel line through a point not on the line


If you repeat the perpendicular line segment construction twice using paper folding what can you construct?

~APEX~ A parallel line through a point not on the line