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Points of Concurency

Bisectors, Medians, and Altitudes

QuestionAnswer
Perpendicular Bisector - How its formed Is perpendicular to and bisects a side
Angle Bisector - How its formed Bisects an angle
Median - How its formed Connects vertex and side by passing through the midpoint of the side
Altitude - How its formed Connects vertex and side by forming a right angle with the side
Perpendicular Bisectors - Point of concurrency is called... Circumcenter
Angle Bisectors - Point of concurrency is called... Incenter
Medians - Point of concurrency is called... Centroid
Altitudes - Point of concurrency is called... Orthocenter
Circumcenter - Interesting Fact Center of circle drawn around triangle
Incenter - Interesting Fact Center of circle drawn within the triangle
Centroid - Interesting Fact Center of gravity
Created by: jameslunderwood