GeoGebra
Points of Concurrency of Triangles
Point of Concurrency of Perp Bisectors - Circumcenter
Point of Concurrency of Altitudes - Orthocenter
Point of Concurrency of Angle Bisectors - Incenter
Point of Concurrency of Medians - Centroid
Points of Concurrency & The Euler Line
GeoGebra
Points of Concurrency of Triangles
Author:
John Sweeney
Topic:
Centroid or Barycenter
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Circumcircle or Circumscribed Circle
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Equilateral Triangles
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Geometry
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Incircle or Inscribed Circle
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Isosceles Triangles
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Line Segment
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Straight Lines
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Mathematics
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Orthocenter
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Plane Figures or Shapes
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Right Triangles
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Scalene Triangles
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Special Points
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Triangles
The various points of concurrency of lines that can be drawn in a triangle are shown, as well as the Euler Line on which most (or all, depending) fall.
Point of Concurrency of Perp Bisectors - Circumcenter
Point of Concurrency of Altitudes - Orthocenter
Point of Concurrency of Angle Bisectors - Incenter
Point of Concurrency of Medians - Centroid
Points of Concurrency & The Euler Line
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