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    Angles in tetrahedron

    In a tetrahedron we consider the bisectors of three (planar) angles that have a common vertex. Show that if any two of these bisectors are perpendicular, then all three are perpendicular.

    First of all I have trouble even trying to imagine what the described situation looks like, let alone the proof...
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