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True or False?

1.) A segment has exactly one perpendicular bisector.

2.) A line has exactly one perpendicular bisector.

3.)Given a line and a point not on the line, there is exactly one line perpendicular to the original line that passes through the given point.

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    1. A line segment has ... true
    2. false, the end-points of the line is not defined.
    3. true (even if the point is on the line)

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