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This type of segment goes from the vertex of a triangle down perpendicular to the opposite side.
This type of segment is both perpendicular and it cuts the segment in half.
This type of segment goes from midpoint of one side to midpoint of the another side of a triangle.
This type of segment cuts an angle of a triangle into two equal parts
This type of segment goes from the vertex of a trianle to the opposide side midpoint.
This type of circle goes around the outside of a triangle or other shape.
This type of circle is inside of a triangle or other shape.
This center point is where the perpendicular bisectors meet.
This point is where the angle bisectors meet
This point is where the medians meet.
This point is where the altitudes meet.
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