Cut+or+divide+into+two+equal+parts

  • 1divide — The severance or partition into two equal parts, except as the word may be qualified by other terms. Groves v Jones, 252 Mich 446, 233 NW 375. In common usage, to sever into two parts; to cut or part into several or many pieces. Graves v White,… …

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  • 2Divide and choose — In problems of fair division, divide and choose (also I cut, you choose) is a two party proportional envy free allocation protocol.[1] The protocol also works for dividing an undesirable, as in chore division. In the method, one person divides a… …

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  • 3divide — /di vuyd /, v., divided, dividing, n. v.t. 1. to separate into parts, groups, sections, etc. 2. to separate or part from something else; sunder; cut off. 3. to deal out in parts; distribute in shares; apportion. 4. to cleave; part. 5. to separate …

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  • 4divide — di•vide [[t]dɪˈvaɪd[/t]] v. vid•ed, vid•ing, n. 1) to separate into parts, groups, sections, etc 2) to separate or part from something else; sunder; cut off 3) to deal out in parts; distribute in shares; apportion 4) to cleave; part 5) to… …

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  • 5divide — [c]/dəˈvaɪd / (say duh vuyd) verb (divided, dividing) –verb (t) 1. to separate into parts. 2. to separate or part from each other or from something else; sunder; cut off. 3. to deal out in parts; apportion; share. 4. to separate in opinion or… …

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  • 6bisect — bisection, n. bisectional, adj. bisectionally, adv. v. /buy sekt , buy sekt/; n. /buy sekt/, v.t. 1. to cut or divide into two equal or nearly equal parts. 2. Geom. to cut or divide into two equal parts: to bisect an angle. 3. to intersect or… …

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  • 7bisect — /baɪˈsɛkt / (say buy sekt) verb (t) 1. to cut or divide into two parts. 2. Geometry to cut or divide into two equal parts. –verb (i) 3. to split into two, as a road; fork. –bisection, noun –bisectional, adjective –bisectionally, adverb …

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  • 8bisect — v. a. Cut or divide into two equal parts, cut in halves, halve …

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  • 9bi|sect — «by SEHKT, BY sehkt», transitive verb. 1. to divide into two parts: »Bisect the apple as well as you can. 2. to divide into two equal parts: »You can bisect a 90 degree angle into two 45 degree angles. –v.i. to divide in two; bifurcate; fork.… …

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  • 10Bisect — Bi*sect , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bisected}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bisecting}.] [L. bis twice + secare, sectum, to cut.] 1. To cut or divide into two parts. [1913 Webster] 2. (Geom.) To divide into two equal parts. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11Bisected — Bisect Bi*sect , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bisected}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bisecting}.] [L. bis twice + secare, sectum, to cut.] 1. To cut or divide into two parts. [1913 Webster] 2. (Geom.) To divide into two equal parts. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12Bisecting — Bisect Bi*sect , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bisected}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bisecting}.] [L. bis twice + secare, sectum, to cut.] 1. To cut or divide into two parts. [1913 Webster] 2. (Geom.) To divide into two equal parts. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13bisect — [bī sekt′, bī′sekt΄] vt. [< ModL bisectus, pp. of bisecare < L bi , BI 1 + secare, to cut: see SAW1] 1. to cut in two 2. Geom. to divide into two equal parts vi. to divide; fork bisection n. bisectional …

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  • 14bisect — bi•sect [[t]baɪˈsɛkt, ˈbaɪ sɛkt[/t]] v. t. 1) math. to cut or divide into two equal or approximately equal parts 2) to intersect 3) to split into two; fork • Etymology: 1640–50 bi•sec′tion, n. bi•sec′tion•al, adj. bi•sec′tion•al•ly, adv …

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  • 15halve — [hav, häv] vt. halved, halving [ME halven < half, HALF] 1. to divide into two equal parts 2. to share (something) equally with someone [to halve one s winnings with another] 3. to reduce by fifty percent; reduce to half 4. Carpentry …

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  • 16heraldry — heraldist, n. /her euhl dree/, n., pl. heraldries. 1. the science of armorial bearings. 2. the art of blazoning armorial bearings, of settling the rights of persons to bear arms or to use certain bearings, of tracing and recording genealogies, of …

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  • 17Symmetry in biology — For other uses, see Symmetry (disambiguation) and Bilateral (disambiguation). Bilateral symmetry redirects here. For bilateral symmetry in mathematics, see reflection symmetry. The elaborate patterns on the wings of butterflies are one example of …

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  • 18bisect — 1. verb a) To cut or divide into two parts. b) To divide an angle, line segment, or other figure into two equal parts. 2. noun a) A …

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  • 19DEMOGRAPHY — This entry is arranged according to the following outline: introduction size and geographical distribution of world jewry major geographical shifts of world jewry up to world war i 1914 TO 1939 the shoah 1948 TO 1970 1970 TO 2005 dispersion and… …

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  • 20Median (geometry) — For another use of the term median in geometry, see Geometric median. The triangle medians and the centroid. In geometry, a median of a triangle is a line segment joining a vertex to the midpoint of the opposing side. Every triangle has exactly… …

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