Question
Thu March 05, 2015 By: Priyadarshini Murugan

WE KNOW THAT FOR TWO LINES INTERSECTING, THERE ARE 2 ANGLE BISECTORS.
SIMILARLY , FOR 'A' LINE, HOW MANY ANGLE BISECTORS ARE POSSIBLE?
IS IT INFINITE NUMBER OF ANGLE BISECTORS ?
ASSUME THE LINE IS NOT CONNECTED BY 2 RAYS.IT IS JUST A LINE,HOW MANY ANGLE BISECTORS ARE  POSSIBLE?

Expert Reply
Prasenjit Paul
Fri March 06, 2015
For two lines intersecting there are 2 angle bisectors, since there are two different angles formed.
For a single line, there is only one angle formed, that is 180º, therefore it has only one angle bisector.
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