Math: Please help

Which of the following must be true about a the bisectors of a segment in a plane?

A. Every segment has exactly one bisector.
B. Every segment has exactly two bisectors.******
C. Every segment has 10 bisectors.
D. Every segment has infinitely many bisectors.

I think the right answer is B...?

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  1. No.

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/bisector.html

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  2. It looks like there is only one bisector?

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  3. is that right Ms. Sue? This is confusing...

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  4. Yes. A bisector cuts a segment into half. Therefore, there can be only one bisector of a segment.

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  5. Thank you.

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  6. You're welcome.

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  7. Can you please help me on one more?

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  8. Sure

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  9. It actually D

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  10. 1:false
    2:d
    3:d
    4:a

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  11. Anonymous is correct! Thanks!

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