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Math

Triangles

QuestionAnswer
Medians Vertex to midpoint of opposite side, Centroid, 2/3 1/3 relationship, vertex to centroid 2/3, centroid to midpoint 1/3, center of gravity
Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint and shoot up at a right angle, Circumcenter, equal distance from vertices, center of circumscribed circle
Angle bisectors splits angles in half, Incenter, equal distance from sides
Altitudes From vertex and perpendicular to opposite side, Orthocenter
Orthocenter Altitudes
Incenter Angle bisectors
Centroid Medians
Circumcenter Perpendicular Bisectors
2/3 1/3 relationship Medians, Centroid
Equal distance from vertices Perpendicular bisectors, circumcenter
equal distance from sides Angle bisectors, incenter
height of triangle altitude, orthocenter
formula for how many degrees a polygon will have (n-2)180
formula for midpoint (x1-x2/2,y1-y2/2)
Created by: 21aweaver