
when constructing an angle bisector why must the arcs intersect
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An angle bisector divides an angle into two equal parts. Because of this, it is necessary for the arcs intersect to ensure that the angles are in fact equal. If the arcs do not intersect, then the angles will not be equal.

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The arcs of an angle bisector must intersect because they represent the same angle with two different radii. The angle formed by the two arcs is equal to the angle that the bisector divides into two equal parts. If the arcs did not intersect, then the angle would not be equal.

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