Q: Can a segment bisect a line?

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Bisect a segment is to divide the line segment into 2

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Sure. There's even a special name for that line. It's called the "perpendicular bisector" of the segment.

No

If your question was: Does a midpoint bisect a segment? Then yes it does... It divides it in half.

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Bisect a segment is to divide the line segment into 2

To bisect anything is to cut it in half. So if one line segment bisects another line segment, then the second segment is divided into two equal lengths.

Yes or 'True' ~

Basically the definition of bisect is to separate two parts of a line segment to create two congruent line segments, which leads to them being equal.

Yes, it is.

No

Sure. There's even a special name for that line. It's called the "perpendicular bisector" of the segment.

No

Measure it or bisect it with a compass

If your question was: Does a midpoint bisect a segment? Then yes it does... It divides it in half.

well bisector means the line and blahhh blah blahhh idk!

To find its mid point. Which then raises the question why find its midpoint and I cannot answer that.