17-PointsofConcurrencySUMMARY

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Concept #17: Summary of Points of Concurrency
Angle Bisectors
Perpendicular Bisectors
Altitudes
Medians
Name of point
of concurrency
Special Notes:
(Don’t
include Euler
line here)
Special Triangles: (inside, outside, somewhere else?)
Obtuse !
Right !
Equilateral !
Euler Line
1. Which points are always on the Euler Line?
2. What Is unique about the Euler line in an :
Isosceles Triangle?
3. Which points are always the endpoints?
4. Which point is always the center?
5. When the ! is not equilateral or isosceles, what do you notice
about the way the Euler line is divided? (measure the segments)
Equilateral Triangle?
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