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Construction of Midpoint & Perpendicular Bisector


1) Draw a "Segment" 2) Draw a "Circle with Center Through Point" centered at one endpoint of the segment with a radius equal to the length of the segment. 3) Repeat step 2 but this time draw your circle centered at the other endpoint of the segment. 4) Using the "Intersect" point tool, create points where the circles intersect. 5) Draw a line or a segment connecting those two points 6) Using the "Intersect" point tool, create a point (midpoint) of the segment 7) Verify that your line or segment is a perpendicular bisector by measuring each half of the segment and the angle formed by their intersection