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Point O is the circumcenter of the triangle ABC shown below. Which segment passes through point O for all lengths of sides of the triangle? Explanation and Answer please or just answer

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    angle bisector of angle ABC perpendicular bisector of side AB a line segment drawn from vertex C to bisect side AB a line segment drawn from vertex A to cut side BC at right angles

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    @Mertsj

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    I think it's B

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    What is the definition of circumcenter or a triangle?

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    sorry had to go do something circle which passes through all the vertices of a polygon

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    Don't you have a book? Or a computer? You could google it.

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    What are you asking again?

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    Your problem says that point O is the circumcenter of the triangle. I'm thinking if we knew what the circumcenter is, it might help us to answer the question.

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    It is the point where the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle intersect right?

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    Oh. I see. That is very helpful. Now which choice do you think is the correct one?

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    I said it was B

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    Good job!!

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    Thanks

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    yw

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    53 more question to go :P

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    so i can @ you whenever or will you get annoying?

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