# Perpendicular Bisectors

## Intersect line segments at their midpoints and form 90 degree angles with them.

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## Perpendicular Bisectors

This concept teaches students how to construct perpendicular bisectors and use the Perpendicular Bisector Theorem.
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## Perpendicular Bisectors

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## Perpendicular Bisectors Principles

This video gives more detail about the mathematical principles presented in Perpendicular Bisectors.
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## Perpendicular Bisectors Examples

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## Perpendicular Bisectors Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Perpendicular Bisectors.
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## Perpendicular Bisectors

You need to find the best place to meet up with our friends so that everyone travels and equal distance. How do you use angle bisectors to do this?
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