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Points of Concurrency: Centroid, Incenter, Circumcenter, and Orthocenter
Transcript of Points of Concurrency: Centroid, Incenter, Circumcenter, and Orthocenter
An Angle Bisector divides the vertices in 1/2 and connect the vertex to the opposite side The circumcenter is where the perpendicular bisectors intersect.
The perpendicular bisectors are perpendicular lines that pass through the midpoint of a side length. The orthocenter is where the altitudes of a triangle intersect.
The altitude is the shortest perpendicular line from the vertex to the opposite side. The location of the orthocenter depends on the type of triangle right: on the triangle Obtuse: outside the triangle acute: inside the triangle Obtuse: outside the triangle right: on the triangle acute: inside the triangle The location of the circumcenter depends on the type of triangle Now let's compare the lines that make up these points of concurrency...