The Medians of a Triangle Are Concurrent: A Visual Proof

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A median is the line from the midpoint of a side of a triangle to the opposite vertex. A formal proof is given for the concurrence of the medians in a triangle in a point. That point is called the centroid or barycenter; it is the center of mass of the triangle.

Contributed by: Tomas Garza (March 2011)
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