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Geometrical Constructions - Angle Bisector

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Let R1 and R2 be two rays with a common vertex with an angle strictly less than pie(3.14). Construct the angle bisector ray B.

In the setting of the previous problem, if you were given R1 and B, how would you construct R2?

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Let R1 and R2 be two rays with a common vertex with an angle strictly less than pie(3.14). Construct the angle bisector
ray B.

Steps:
(1) Let the common vertex be P.
(2) With P as the center and any convenient ...

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Step-by-step procedure of constructing the angle bisector is described in the solution.

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