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Special Segments in Trianlges

Learn about medians, bisectors, altitudes and perpendicular bisectors
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Christy Linsley

on 26 April 2016

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Transcript of Special Segments in Trianlges

Special Segments Medians Angle Bisectors Altitudes Perpendicular Bisectors 3 of Everything!!! Triangles have 3 of everything.
3--sides
3--bases
3--vertices
3-medians
3--angle bisectors
3--altitutdes
3--perpendicular bisectors
3--midsegments What is a median? What is an angle bisector? What is an altitude? What is a Perpendicular Bisector? A median in a triangle is the line or
segment drawn from a vertex to the midpoint of its opposite side. An angle bisector in a triangle is a
line or segment that is drawn from
a vertex that bisects (cuts in half)
that vertex angle. An altitude of a triangle
is the line or segment drawn
from a vertex perpendicular
to the side opposite (base),
even if this means extending the
sides of the triangle. A perpendicular bisector is the line or
segment that passes through the
midpoint of a side of a triangle and is
also perpendicular to that side. in Triangles Midsegments What is a midsegment? A midsegment of a triangle is
the line or segment drawn from
one midpoint to another. The
midsegment is always parallel
to one side of the triangle. Welcome ...please move through
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