Finding the Circumcenter of a Circle.

You will learn to find the circumcenter of a triangle by constructing perpendicular bisectors to the sides of the triangle, and using the intersection to draw a circumscribed circle intersecting the triangle in just one point at each vertex. The construction in turn for this lesson is done in drawing software and also presented with a video as it actually has to be done with compass and ruler.

Lesson's Content


Lesson's Glossary

The center to a circle that is circumscribed to a triangle by finding the intersection of 2 perpendicular bisectors.

Angle Bisector
Segment, Ray, or Line that divides an angle into two contruent parts.

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