Point Center

Some articles on points, point, center, point center:

Euler Line
... determined from any triangle that is not equilateral it passes through several important points determined from the triangle ... orthocenter, the circumcenter, the centroid, the Exeter point and the center of the nine-point circle of the triangle ... This property is also true for the nine-point center, although it had not been defined in Euler's time ...
Zalma, Missouri - History
... Houck to build a line to Brownwood, which was nearer to the center of their tract of timber ... Zalma was quite a timber and tie center in its heyday ... After 1900, Zalma became the shipping center for an area about eight miles (13 km) west and south for most of the year as the Brownwood Station could ...
Johnson Circles - Further Properties
... its orthocenter H maps onto certain points on the circumcircle of the reference triangle that form the vertices of the circum-orthic triangle, and its circumcenter maps onto the vertices of ... triangle and its reference triangle share the same nine-point center, the same Euler line and the same nine-point circle ... The six points formed from the vertices of the reference triangle and its Johnson triangle all lie on the Johnson circumconic that is centred at the nine-point center and that has the point of ...
Other Properties of The Nine-point Circle
... circumcircle is twice the radius of that triangle's nine-point circle ... Figure 3 A nine-point circle bisects a line segment going from the corresponding triangle's orthocenter to any point on its circumcircle ... Figure 4 The center of any nine-point circle (the nine-point center) lies on the corresponding triangle's Euler line, at the midpoint between that triangle's orthocenter and circumcenter ...

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