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5 Matching questions

  1. Point of Concurrency
  2. Angle Bisector Point of Concurrency
  3. Altitude Point of Concurrency
  4. Median Point of Concurrency
  5. Perpendicular Bisector Pt of Concurrency
  1. a Intersection of three or more lines or line segments
  2. b In an acute triangle it lies ___________ Inside
    In a right triangle it lies ____________ Inside
    In an obtuse triangle it lies ______________ Inside
  3. c In an acute triangle it lies ___________ Inside
    In a right triangle it lies ____________ On (vertex)
    In an obtuse triangle it lies ______________ Outside
  4. d This point is the center of a circle.
    In an acute triangle it lies ___________ Inside
    In a right triangle it lies ____________ Inside
    In an obtuse triangle it lies ______________ Inside
  5. e This point is a center of a circle.
    In an acute triangle it lies ___________ Inside
    In a right triangle it lies ____________ On
    In an obtuse triangle it lies ______________ Outside

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Perpendicular line that goes through the vertex to the opposite side or the line containing the opposite side
  2. The point of concurrency that is formed by the angle bisectors of a triangle
  3. Goes from the vertex to midpoint on the opposite side of the triangle
  4. The point of concurrency that is formed by the altitudes of a triangle.
  5. To circumscribe a circle, you use the ______ of the triangle, which you found using the three ______.

5 True/False questions

  1. CircumcenterThe point of concurrency that is formed by the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle

          

  2. PatternsThe center of gravity; the point of concurrency that is formed by the medians of a triangle

          

  3. CentroidThe center of gravity; the point of concurrency that is formed by the medians of a triangle

          

  4. Median PropertiesAnswer Yes or No:
    Does it pass through a vertex? Yes
    Does it pass through a midpoint? Yes
    Is it perpendicular to a side? Not required
    Are there congruent angles? Not required

          

  5. Angle Bisector PropertiesDivides the angle of a vertex in half; extends from the vertex to the opposite side