. What is incenter of a triangle


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The indenter of a triangle is the point of intersection of all of the 3 interior angle bisectors of the triangle. This point is equidistant from the sides of a triangle, because the central axis’s junction point is the middle point of the triangle’s inscribed circle. The indenter of a triangle is also known as the middle of a triangle's circle because the largest circle could fit inside a triangle. The circle which is inscribed in a triangle is known as an incircle of a triangle. The indenter is generally represented by the letter I. The triangle ABC seen in the picture below indicates the incentre of a triangle.

indenter of a triangle

Formula of Incentre of a triangle

Formula of Incentre of a triangle

Where, a, b and c are sides and A(x1, y2), B(x1, y2), c(x1, y2). 

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