How to Calculate the Perpendicular Bisector?

Answer A perpendicular bisector is a line that cuts a line segment into two equal or congruent parts at right angles. To "bisect" means to cut into two equal parts. "Perpendicular" means to intersect at o... Read More »

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How to Find the Perpendicular Bisector of Two Points?

This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to this article. Click here for instructions. Notice added on 2008-10-06.Visualize two points, A and B, co... Read More »

What does it mean to be perpendicular?

For two objects to be perpendicular, they must intersect or meet at a right angle (90 degrees). On a coordinate plane, to be perpendicular means that the slope of one line will equal the negative r... Read More »

How to Know If a Vector Is Perpendicular?

Perpendicular vectors on a graph cross each other at 90 degree angles. If you have a printed graph and a protractor or T-square, you can measure the angles of intersection manually to determine if ... Read More »

How to Align Yourself to the Perpendicular?

Alignment to the perpendicular should be a constant conscious tickle buried at the bottom of your awareness. Especially if you spend much time in front of a computer, this natural posture can becom... Read More »