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Perpendicular Bisector

1.) Where is the point of concurrency located for acute, right and obtuse triangles? For acute it is inside, right is on, and obtuse is outside. 2.) What is true about this particular point of concurrency? The distance from each vertex is equal to the circumcenter. 3.) What do you notice about the circle you constructed and the point of concurrency? The circumcenter is in the center of the circle. 4.) What about the circle you constructed and the blue segments from the point of concurrency to each vertex? The blue lines are from the sides of the circle to the circumcenter.