 Angle Bisector Theorem Practice Terms of Use    Contact Person: Donna Roberts  Directions: Examine the diagrams carefully!

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 4 6 9 10 2.
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 6.75 8 10.5 12 3.
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The largest angle of a triangle, whose sides are 12, 18 and 20 inches, is bisected. Find the lengths of the segments created when the angle bisector intersects the opposite side of the triangle.

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 8 and 12 inches 6 and 12 inches 10 and 10 inches 9 and 3 inches

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The perimeter of this triangle is 25 units. An angle bisector divides one side of the triangle into lengths of 2 and 3. Find the lengths of the remaining two sides.

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 6 and 14 units 8 and 12 units 4 and 16 units 10 and 10 units 8.
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 3 5 8 12 10.
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