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Which of these is a correct step in constructing the bisector of a line segment? answer use the straightedge to draw a line between the points where two arcs intersect use the straightedge to find the distance between the endpoints of the line segment use the compass to measure the distance between the line segment and the point of intersection of an arc use the compass to copy the line segment on two arcs at equal distance from the end points of the segment
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Answer with explanation:
To draw a line segment divider, follow these steps
→ Draw a segment AB of any Length.
→ Open the compass more than half of the AB line segment.
→ Mark an arc from both ends, at the top and bottom of the Line section.
→ The two arches will intersect at the upper part of Segment AB, and at the lower part of Segment AB. Name it P and Q.
→ Join P Q.
→ The point where PQ intersects the segment AB, mark it as Z.
→ Point Z is a perpendicular bisector of Segment AB, such that, AZ = Z B.
Use the straightgege to draw a line between the points where two arches intersect.