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A circle inscribed in a triangle?

I guess so

Like this?
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yeah

@CliffSedge yeah, that's what the lesson shows

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the center of the circle is equidistant from all of the sides

I guess I have to get perp bisectors to do it?

to do what?

Not bisectors, but yes, you'll need perpendiculars.

to make the inscribed circle

im just reading the lesson and it says bisectors..... im so confused

If you want to make the circle, then you need the intersection of angle bisectors.

angle bisectors?

If I post an assignment can you help me with it specifically?

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I guess so

there are 7 parts, so ill post them one at a time

What do you need help with?

I am unsure as to how I can help

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I guess it's like that.

im not really sure, but ill do something like that for part one, thanks! now part 2...

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Like that I guess...

how is the circle made?

"Circumscribed circle" means the circle is on the outside of the polygon.

It says a circle inside any of those polygons. I chose a square.

@CliffSedge . Ahh yes. I get that mixes up a lot.

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Like that then I suppose?

The radius of the circle is the distance from a vertex of the polygon to the polygon's center.

For a circle through 3 points
http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/construct-circle3pts.html

http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/construct-trianglecircum.html

How about
opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral are supplementary (sum to 180ยบ)

thanks!