Definition of Incenters

1. Noun. (plural of incenter) ¹

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Definition of Incenters

1. incenter [n] - See also: incenter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incenters

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Literary usage of Incenters

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1. The American Mathematical Monthly by Mathematical Association of America (1922)
"These points will be the incenters for the two (symmetrical) solutions. Let VI meet the circle again in A. Then ABC is the required triangle. ..."

2. Plane and Solid Geometry by George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1913)
"152 .'.a circle described with 0 as a center, and a radius OP, will touch the sides of the triangle, by § 184. QED 245. incenters and ..."

3. Rational Geometry: A Text-book for the Science of Space; Based on Hilbert's by George Bruce Halsted, David Hilbert (1904)
"... 'AS determined by four concyclic points, A, B,C, D, are the vertices of a quad' = to AB CD. The incenters are vertices of an equiangular quad'. Ex. 614. ..."

4. The Elements of Geometry by Walter Nelson Bush, John Bernard Clarke (1909)
"The locus of the incenters of triangles whose base is AB and whose vertex angles always = ZC, is: The arc of a segment on AB as a chord that will ZC contain ..."

5. Wentworth's Plane Geometry by George Albert Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1910)
"152 .'.a circle described with O as a center, and a radius OP, will touch the sides of the triangle, by § 184. QED 245. incenters and ..."