Definition:Angle Bisector

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Let $\angle ABC$ be an angle.

The angle bisector of $\angle ABC$ is the straight line which bisects $\angle ABC$.

In the above diagram, $BD$ is the angle bisector of $\angle ABC$.

Thus $\angle ABD \cong \angle DBC$ and $\angle ABD + \angle DBC = \angle ABC$.

Also see

  • Results about angle bisectors can be found here.