posted by kobow on .
if a pointis onthe perpendicular bisector of a segment,then it is:A. the midpoint of the segment,B.equidistant from the endpoints of the segment. C. on the segment. D.equidistant from the midpoint and one endpoint of the segment.
The perpendicular bisector is the line containing points equidistant from both ends of the line segment.
If P is your point,
it may not be the actual midpoint
it may not even be on the line AB
it is certainly not between the midpoint and one end.
Y is the midpoint of segment XZ. If XZ is 64 units long, how long is