yeval76
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HELP! FAN AND MEDAL! Which of the following is a step in constructing a circle inscribed in a triangle? Use a compass to locate the intersection of the midpoint of each side. Use the perpendicular bisectors to find the center of the circle. Use a compass to locate the intersection of the altitude of each side. Use the angle bisectors to find the center of the circle.
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yeval76
  • yeval76
@Natriumhydrid Help
anonymous
  • anonymous
second one
anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the angle bisectors to find the center of the circle.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
you can use the angle bisectors' intersection or the perpendicular bisectors' intersection as youre center
yeval76
  • yeval76
So what would be my answer? I can only choose one...
anonymous
  • anonymous
to find the center of a circle inscribed in a triangle you must find the intersection of all the angle bisector
anonymous
  • anonymous
perpendicular bisectors' only works if the triangle is equilateral, but angle bisector works to any triangle
yeval76
  • yeval76
@Emeyluv99 I think your right... Did you take FLVS?

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