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nyan cat cant solve math problems
here u must find the center of the circumscribed circle of the triangle(g1g2g3) here the triangle seems to be right so it is the midpoint of the hypotenuses

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no guaranterr that all 3 would fall on same circle so prob has n solution
arjuna each triangle has a circumscribed circle
use the orthocenter
interesting way to disguise math in a question ;)
i mean, this is an interesting application of geometry
sorry sarah but the orthocenter is useless here
its a seriously good question, some real world problems are hokey, this one is god
hoblos, ok what does the orthocenter tell you ?
ok that makes sense, the circumcenter is the same distance to each of the three vertices, since they are radii
the intersection of the altitudes of the triangle
yup thats it
btw where are you from sarah? if you dont mind
the orthocenter is the intersection of the perpindicular bisectors
i am from maryland
i've never heard about this :S
btw it is not intersection of the perpindicular bisectors it is intersection of the altitudes or heights
what about the centroid arjuna??
dropping altitudes and calculating intersection
no centroid is dropping the medians and calculating intersection
Thank you, everyone! c:

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