Points of Concurrency in a Triangle

Medians of a Triangle are Concurrent. The Point of Concurrency is the Centroid.

A median of a triangle is the line joining the midpoint of a side and the opposite vertex.

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Angle Bisectors of a Triangle are Concurrent. The Point of Concurrency is the Incenter.

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Altitudes of a Triangle are Concurrent. The Point of Concurrency is the Orthocenter.

An altitude is the perpendicular line drawn from a vertex on the opposite side of the triangle.

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Perpendicular Bisectors of a Triangle are Concurrent. The Point of Concurrency is the Circumcenter.

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Vector Algebra : Theorems (I)

In this blog, we will prove fundamental theorems in vector algebra. These theorems are in accordance with the +2 curriculum.

Theorem 1 : Collinear Vectors

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Theorem 3 : Coplanar Vectors

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Theorem 4 : Non-coplanar Vectors

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