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the point lie on a circle, is a trivial matter
3 points that lie on a circle is a trivial matter that is

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Shouldn't we find the centroid
of what radius is the question
|dw:1364143025104:dw| a radius of a cirle is perp tp a chord and cuts it in half
So would the circumcenter would be equiddistant from each point?
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if you must use a third chord, it trivial, but sure :)
The Intersection of the Right Bisectors or the Circumcener is equidistant from all three points right?
your speaking greek to me, but yes
But I thought it was he centroid because its the center of gravity
they are not asking about a center of mass, but a point that is equidistant those need not be the same
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Thankyou sooo much
youre welcome

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