There's nothing i'm more confused with then bisectors.
The points are, P(3,2) - S(5,8) - R(11,10) and Q (9,4).
The question is, Show that the diagonals of PQRS are the right bisectors of eachother. Use midpoints and slopes in your solution.
So i'm assuming you get the midpoint of each, then the slopes of S and Q. Then the slopes of P and Q.
Then they should be perpendicular to eachother? Which makes them the right bisectors of eachother?
I don't fully understand the question. Not sure if my theory is right or not, anyway.