# Activity B: Angle Bisectors

All three angle bisectors of a triangle will intersect at the same point - the

**incenter**. Let the incenter be point I in the diagram.6) Do all of the angle bisectors meet at a point?
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*Drag the vertices of the triangle to create a variety of triangles to check if this is always true*) 7) Will the**incenter**always be located inside of the triangle? Why or why not? 8) What can you conclude about the location of the incenter based on the type of triangle? 9) The**incenter**is the center of the circle that is inscribed inside a triangle. What does it mean for a circle to be**inscribed**in a triangle? 10) How would you describe, in words, the length of the radius of the circle that is**inscribed**in a triangle? (*Use point G to help with your description*)## New Resources

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