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Just short explanation of this please :) How do you construct the inscribed and circumscribed circles of a triangle?

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    .circumcircle Begin with triangle XYZ. Construct the bisectors of angle X and angle Z. Label the point the bisectors intersect point I. Construct a perpendicular segment from point I to segment XZ. Label the point of intersection with segment XZ point A. Select point I and segment AI. Construct circle by center and radius.

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    wow im going to tag alot of people and tell them to medal u for this. nicely done

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    circumcircle Begin with triangle XYZ. 2. Construct the perpendicular bisectors of segment XY and segment XZ. Label the point of intersection of the bisectors point C. Construct segment CX. Select point C and segment CX. Construct circle by center and radius Circle C is the circumcircle of triangle XYZ. In other words, circle C is the circumsrcibed circle for triangle XYZ.

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    wow thank you

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