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What do you think?
Tip: Here, we need to think the opposite of what is written.
Way to go- you're right!!
thats what I think
Could you help me with another question?
Which of the following are properties of the incenter of a triangle? Check all that apply. A. The incenter is equidistant from each vertex of the triangle. B. The incenter of an obtuse triangle lies on the outside of the triangle. C. The incenter is where all of the bisectors of the angles of the triangle meet. D. The incenter of a triangle is always inside it.
I can help with one more question
What do you think? In-center of a Triangle: It is the point forming the origin of a circle inscribed inside the triangle. Like the centroid, the incenter is always inside the triangle. It is constructed by taking the intersection of the angle bisectors of the three vertices of the triangle.
A, and B
C, B, A?
The incenter is not always equidistant from all vertices. It is always inside it and the incenter is where all of the bisectors of the angles of the triangle meet. B is not true
so C and A?
So, C and D.
But the incenter isn''t always in the triangle
Why A? It's not equidistant from all vertices
So, that's why it's not A.
sometimes it is.... In an obtuse triangle, isn't the incenter outside the triangle?
Like the centroid, the incenter is always inside the triangle
Am I getting It confused with Circumcenter?