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Wendy drew line segment LM. She used a compass and straightedge and constructed a bisector on segment LM that crosses it at O.
Which other construction uses the same steps as the ones Wendy took?
A:an angle bisector
B:a congruent angle
C:a pair of parallel lines
D:a pair of perpendicular lines

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