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Using Properties of Perpendicular Lines

Using Properties of Perpendicular Lines 1.6 - Solution

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A bisector is a line that cuts something in half. Therefore, the first missing word has to be . To find the second word we have to consider the word "perpendicular." Two perpendicular lines create a right angle at their point of intersection. Therefore, the second missing word has to be