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How can you check if a point is the incenter of a triangle? Answer Check if the point lies inside the triangle. Check if one of the angle bisectors passes through the point. Check if the three segments that bisect the sides pass through the point. Check if the three segments that bisect the three vertex angles pass through the point.

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  1. phi
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    You answer this by knowing the definition of incenter of a triangle which you can find using a google search. incenter is formed by the intersection of the angle bisectors

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