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What are the steps used to construct a triangle centroid?

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  1. ZhangYan
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    you make a perpendicular bisect on each of the sides to make a right angle. where all three lines meet up is the centroid. if the triangles acute, itll be inside. obtuse, outside. right, on the triangle itself.

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  2. joeywhite
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    mark the midpoints of each side and draw 3 lines from each vertex to midpoint opposite

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    i need the steps, theres 5 i think. i just cant remember all 5

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    you make a perpendicular bisect on each of the sides to make a right angle. where all three lines meet up is the centroid. if the triangles acute, itll be inside. obtuse, outside. right, on the triangle itself.

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    This website should help! It has all 5 steps! http://www.mathopenref.com/constcentroid.html

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