.
Opposite reciprocal slope of a line or segment
Opposite vertex
Midpoint of the segment or side
Opposite side
Opposite reciprocal slope of a line or segment
Opposite vertex
Midpoint of the segment or side
Opposite side
Opposite reciprocal slope of a line or segment
Opposite vertex
Midpoint of the segment or side
Opposite side
It is the point of concurrency of the medians.
It is one-thirds the distance from one side and two-thirds the distance to the opposite side.
It can lie inside, outside or on the triangle.
It is found using the average of the vertices.
Midpoint
Slope of the segment
Opposite reciprocal slope to the segment
Opposite vertex
R is the midpoint of PQ
S is equidistant to points P and Q
Point W is the incenter.
Point W is equidistant from each vertex.
Point W is the center of gravity.