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### Definition of Incenters

**1.** incenter [n] - See also: incenter

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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 ..."