In geometry, the property of a perpendicular bisector is the relationship between two lines that meet at a right angle. This perpendicular bisector property is applicable in other geometric objects. In a perpendicular bisector, a line is perpendicular to another line if both lines intersect at a right angle. In short, the first line is perpendicular to the second line if both lines meet and at that point where they meet, one side of the line is divided by the second line into two congruent angles. The aspect of a perpendicular bisector can be symmetric implying that if the first line is perpendicular to the second line, then that second line is also perpendicular to the first line. A perpendicular bisector is used to create right angles at the middle of a segment. Every point in a perpendicular bisector is equidistant from the endpoints of a given segment.