shape & space : loci
 

line bisector

       

 

 

 

Equidistant line from two fixed points

Each point P in turn on the red line is equidistant from points X and Y.

The red line represents the locus of points equidistant from X and Y.

 

loci #1

 

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Equidistant line from a fixed point(a circle)

All the points P lie on a locus of points the same distance from O (i.e on the perimeter of the circle)

 

loci #3

 

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Equidistant line from two lines joined at a vertex

Each point P in turn on the red line is equidistant from lines OX and OY.

The red line represents the locus of points equidistant from lines OX and OY.

 

loci #2

 

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