How would you write the name of a segment differently than the name of a line? what symbols would you use?

How is constructing a perpendicular bisector similar to constructing an angle bisector? how is it different?

Describe a process you would use to create the perpendicular bisector to a segment AB using only an unmarked straightedge and an unmarked compass.

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