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Can I identify median, centroid, altitude, orthocenter, angle bisector, incenter, perpendicular bisector and circumcenter in any kind of triangle ?

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    can I identify any of those parts in any kind of triangle?

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  2. maheshmeghwal9 Group Title
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    do u want definition & explanation?

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    any of those two. :) but is it a yes or no ?

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    @maheshmeghwal9 could you answer this?

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    yes:)

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    Medians are those line segments which are drawn from a vertex in a triangle to opposite side's mid-point. AS|dw:1340114468599:dw|

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    Thanks :)

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    the meeting point of all the medians in the triangle is the centroid as|dw:1340114614037:dw|

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    Altitude is perpendicular line drawn from any vertex in a triangle to its opposite side AS|dw:1340114681286:dw|

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    If u take an equilateral triangle then its center of mass is orthocenter.

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    Angle bisector bisects any angle as|dw:1340114826859:dw|

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    A line segment drawn onto any side in any triangle but that should be Altitude+Median I mean it should perpendicularly bisect that side as|dw:1340114953040:dw|

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    in-center is represented as "I"|dw:1340115080923:dw|

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    Circumcenter is represented as "C"|dw:1340115133063:dw|

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    So it is over:) \[\huge{\color{red}{\text{Any Doubt ?}}}\]

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    Thanks for the information you gave me. I appreciate it :)

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  17. maheshmeghwal9 Group Title
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    yw:)

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    I understand it very well now. :)

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    gr8^_^

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