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Q: What does a two non-perpendicular bisecting line segments look like?

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A bisecting line.

To bisect is to cut or divide into halves. A bisecting line would then be a line that divides another line in half or a line that divides an angle in half.

a bisecting line is a line that divides something into halves.

They can not be line segments on the same line, but they can both be line segments.

bisecting

Bisecting the line.

Line segments that do not intersect are parallel lines

a secant

congruent line segments- line segments that have the same lengths.

there are infinitely many segments in a line.

5 line segments

5 line segments

Intersecting line segments

There are 9 line segments.

Twelve line segments are in a cube

Perpendicular line segments are line segments that cross with each other and form angles of 90 degrees.

A diameter bisects a circle.

an intersecting line segment is when two line segments cross together

False. They can only be straight line segments: there cannot be any curved line segments.

Perpendicular line segments are line segments that intersect and make 90 degree angles.

Line segments are congruent if they have the same length

Line segments are lines so the answer is 3.

no an addition sign is a perpendicular line segments

No. Line segments end at the endpoints.

A circle does not have line segments. It is a continuous curve.