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Shawver Period 1, Taylor Wenzel



The points on my triangle are right because I used the commands that geogebra provided. To find the centroid of the triangle I found the midpoint of each side and made a line from an angle to the corresponding midpoint. For the incenter, I found the angle bisector for each angle and marked the point where all three lines met. For the circumcenter I used the perpendicular bisector command and marked the point where each point met. Finally, for the orthocenter I used the perpendicular line command and marked the point where all lines met. I was looking at the diagram for any relations and saw that the orthocenter and circumcenter seemed to be equidistant from the incenter. I had also seen that the centroid and the incenter were almost the same point.