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The **centroid of a triangle** is the point of intersection of its medians (the lines
joining each vertex with the midpoint of the opposite ...

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150). The point is therefore sometimes called the median point. The **centroid** is
always in the interior of the **triangle**. It has equivalent **triangle** center functions ...

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**Centroid of a triangle** and the ratios it forms. Explained with examples and
illustrations for acutes and obtuse triangles.

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The **centroid of a triangle** is the intersection of the three medians, or the "average"
of the three vertices. It has several important properties and relations with ...

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A **centroid of a triangle** is the point where the three medians of the triangle meet.
A median of a triangle is a line segment from one vertex to the mid point on the ...

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Seeing that the **centroid** is 2/3 of the way along every median.

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Definition and properties of the **centroid of a triangle**.

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A method to find the coordinates on the **centroid of a triangle** given the
coordinates of the three vertices.

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If you draw lines from each corner (or vertex) of a **triangle** to the midpoint of the
opposite sides, then those three lines meet at a center, or **centroid**, of the **triangle**.