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Geometry Foldable. Use this foldable to go with the Euler Points learned in Chapter 5 Circumcenter Incenter Centroid Orthocenter Make your foldable using one sheet of legal size paper . Circumcenter – where the 3 perpendicular bisectors cross

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## Geometry Foldable

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**Geometry Foldable**• Use this foldable to go with the Euler Points learned in Chapter 5 • Circumcenter • Incenter • Centroid • Orthocenter • Make your foldable using one sheet of legal size paper**Circumcenter – where the 3 perpendicular bisectors cross**Is the center of a circle that goes around the outside of a triangle and touches only the vertices**Incenter – where the 3 angle bisectors cross**Is the center of a circle that goes inside a triangle and touches the sides of the triangle at only one point**Centroid – the balance point where the 3 medians of the**triangle cross A median goes from the midpoint of one side to the vertex opposite**Orthocenter – where the 3 altitudes of the triangle cross**An altitude is measured perpendicular to a side and going to the vertex across**For a right triangle the circumcenter is always on the**hypotenuse and the orthocenter is always at the 90º angle. For all triangles the incenter and centroid are always inside the triangle

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