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## How do you find the centroid of a triangle?

Draw a line X1Y1 along the crease. Label the point D where the line X1Y1 intersects the line BC. Then, AD is the median of ΔABC corresponding to ,the side BC as shown in Figure 15.1. Step 3: Fold the paper along the line that passes through the point B and cuts the line AC such that the point A falls on the point C.

### How do you find the centroid of an acute angled triangle?

To find the centroid of any triangle, construct line segments from the vertices of the interior angles of the triangle to the midpoints of their opposite sides. These line segments are the medians. Their intersection is the centroid.

**What is centroid of a triangle?**

The centroid of a triangle is the point where the three medians coincide. The centroid theorem states that the centroid is 23 of the distance from each vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side.

**What is the centroid of a right triangle?**

The centroid of a right angle triangle is the point of intersection of three medians, drawn from the vertices of the triangle to the midpoint of the opposite sides.

## How do you find the centroid?

Definition: For a two-dimensional shape “triangle,” the centroid is obtained by the intersection of its medians. The line segments of medians join vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side. All three medians meet at a single point (concurrent). The point of concurrency is known as the centroid of a triangle.

### What is the meaning of centroid of a triangle?

The centroid of a triangle is the point where the three medians coincide.

**What do you mean by centroid of a triangle?**

**How many medians can be formed in a triangle?**

three medians

Every triangle has exactly three medians, one from each vertex, and they all intersect each other at the triangle’s centroid.

## Is the centroid equidistant from the vertices?

These lines intersect at a point in the middle of the triangle, and this point is called the centroid G. In other words, it is the point that is equidistant from all three vertices.