## Circumcenter The center of a Triangle's Circumcircle. It can be found as the intersection of the Perpendicular Bisectors. If the Triangle is Acute, the circumcenter is in the interior of the Triangle. In a Right Triangle, the circumcenter is the Midpoint of the Hypotenuse. (1)

where are the Midpoints of sides , is the Circumradius, and is the Inradius (Johnson 1929, p. 190). The Trilinear Coordinates of the circumcenter are (2)

and the exact trilinears are therefore (3)

The Areal Coordinates are (4)

The distance between the Incenter and circumcenter is . Given an interior point, the distances to the Vertices are equal Iff this point is the circumcenter. It lies on the Brocard Axis. The circumcenter and Orthocenter are Isogonal Conjugates. The Orthocenter of the Pedal Triangle formed by the Circumcenter concurs with the circumcenter itself, as illustrated above. The circumcenter also lies on the Euler Line.

See also Brocard Diameter, Carnot's Theorem, Centroid (Triangle), Circle, Euler Line, Incenter, Orthocenter

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