Let a triangle ABC and its three angle bisector of a triangle intersect at a point O.

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The point O is called point of ** incentre** where three angle bisector of a triangle intersects.

**Incentre: **Incentre is define as the point where the three angle bisector of a triangle meet .

**Properties of Incentre:**

**1. Centre of incircle: **The incentre is the centre of the triangle”s incircle , the largest circle which fir inside the triangle and touch all its three sides .

2**. Always inside the a triangle**: The triangle”s incentre is always lie inside the triangle.Adjust the triangle by dragging any vertex and see that it will never go outside of the triangle.

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**It is possible to find the incentre of triangle by using compass and straightedge.**

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cluponka <151>5 months ago

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I believe it is called the incenter

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