# angle bisectorsの例文

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• The intersections of these angle bisectors give the centers of solution circles.
• The cleavers are parallel to the angle bisectors.
• Twelve key lengths of a triangle are the three side lengths, the three angle bisectors.
• The excenter of an ex-tangential quadrilateral lies at the intersection of six angle bisectors.
• The excenter ( center of the tangent circle ) lies at the intersection of six angle bisectors.
• :I think this occurs for any triangle for any point on one of the angle bisectors.
• So the locus for & alpha; = 180?is the union of the three angle bisectors.
• Sixteen key points of a triangle are its internal angle bisectors, and its circumcenter, centroid, orthocenter, and incenter.
• What I am not sure is whether in case n is odd the reflections are taken around the angle bisectors or not.
• *If you have two smallest vectors with the same magnitude, then the mean vector will be on one of the angle bisectors.
• Vi鑤e began by solving the "'PPP "'case ( three points ) following the method of Euclid in his " angle bisectors.
• The internal angle bisectors are segments in the interior of the triangle reaching from one vertex to the opposite side and bisecting the vertex angle into two equal angles.
• This property of automedian triangles stands in contrast to the Steiner Lehmus theorem, according to which the only triangles two of whose angle bisectors have equal length are the isosceles triangles.
• :I've just read an article in the American Mathematical Monthly of Jan 94 which shows that, given 3 arbitrary values, a unique triangle exists which has these as angle bisectors.
• A circle that is tangent to two sides of a triangle, as the Malfatti circles are, must be centered on one of the angle bisectors of the triangle ( green in the figure ).
• To elaborate on a question asked a few days ago, I have a formula to determine the length of the angle bisectors, from vertex to the opposite side, in terms of the sides of the triangle.
• From the rule for reading off coordinates in coordinate system with tilted axes follows that the two world lines are the angle bisectors of the " x "-and " ct "-axis.
• The three bitangents,, and cross the triangle sides at the point of tangency with the third inscribed circle, and may also be found as the reflections of the angle bisectors across the lines connecting pairs of centers of these incircles.
• These are the internal angle bisectors at two opposite vertex angles, the external angle bisectors ( supplementary angle bisectors ) at the other two vertex angles, and the external angle bisectors at the angles formed where the extensions of opposite sides intersect.
• These are the internal angle bisectors at two opposite vertex angles, the external angle bisectors ( supplementary angle bisectors ) at the other two vertex angles, and the external angle bisectors at the angles formed where the extensions of opposite sides intersect.
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